After the success of the Samsung Galaxy Note, Samsung has decided to “double down” with their stylus-powered line of product, and that’s how the Galaxy Note 10.1 was born. It brings everything that was good with the Galaxy Note smartphone into a 10.1 tablet which is also equipped with an infra-red sensor.
Along the way, the company made some improvements on the pressure-sensitive display: it can now sense 1024 levels of pressure, making it possible for the electronic “ink” to grow larger or go darker as the pressure increases. The usage of the stylus is completely optional and all the usual finger gestures still work as you would expect.
As a non-stylus device, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 seems to be a very good tablet, but for stylus users it shapes up to simply be the best tablet. Now, we’re going to put that to the test and see if the Galaxy Note 10.1 can live up to the expectations. Ready? (more…)