This week on the Gadget Lab show, Wired reviews editor Michael Calore and staff writer Nathan Olivarez-Giles take a look at the Galaxy Note 10.1.
The new Note is Samsung’s latest tablet and, as the name of the slate may have tipped you off to, it’s the first to feature an S Pen stylus, which allows users to draw or take handwritten notes on the device using a handful of Note optimized apps. Aside from that, the Note 10.1′s big bragging point is a quad-core processor and 2GB of RAM. But, while that’s impressive on paper, the real-world result wasn’t much of a tangible performance gain.
So, what else did Michael and Nathan think of the Note 10.1? Check out the video of the show up above to find out.