"I’ve been testing the Galaxy Note 10.1 for the past four days and, in general, I like it. It works smoothly and quickly, and the stylus and split-screen features perform as promised. However, I found its battery life to be much lower than the iPad’s, and some of Samsung’s software to be overly complicated. Plus, even Samsung concedes that the key differentiator, the pen, isn’t likely to be used by most people most of the time.Samsung 10" Galaxy Note Tablet Review - Walt Mossberg - Personal Technology - AllThingsD
Still, I can recommend the Galaxy Note 10.1 as a better choice than the iPad for people who value the stylus or split-screen capability, or for those who prefer Android."
Thursday, August 16, 2012
Samsung 10" Galaxy Note Tablet Review - Walt Mossberg - Personal Technology - AllThingsD
An excerpt from Walt Mossberg's Galaxy Note 10.1 review; for David Pogue's take, see A Tablet Straining to Do It All (NYT)