Friday, August 31, 2012

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 Tablet in Singapore

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 is available in Singapore since August 25th 2012. The price is 798 Singapore Dollars for the WIFI-only version and 998 Singapore Dollars for the 3G and WIFI version. This fast tablet running on a 1.4 GHz quad-core processor is According to Vincent Chang, Samsung expects the Galaxy Note 10.1 to be available in the following Southeast Asian countries (Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam and Philippines) by the end of September.[1]

Peter Yeo from Today tried and reviewed The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1. The performance of The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 Tablet is impressive and according to Peter Yeo it is faster than other tablets he has tried:
“Images and videos displayed on its 1280 x 800 screen are fast, crisp and vibrant. And audio - projected through its two front facing speakers - while not mind (or ear-drum) blowing do provide clearer sound over tablets with bottom-facing speakers. 
The quad-core processors also give the device the ability to multitask seamlessly. The tablet's 262mm x 180mm dimensions, which are slightly thinner but wider than Apple's new iPad (which measure 241.2mm x 185.7mm) allow for multiple screens to be opened on the Note 10.1 - well, two screens at least.  
A "third" screen can be added via its Pop Up Play feature (first seen in the Samsung Galaxy SIII smartphone), which lets users playback videos in a floating window that can be dragged around the screen and overlaid anywhere. Even with this feature turned on, and the screen split into two, I did not notice any lag in performance.”
Source : Galaxy Note 10.1: The writing's on the wall

Peter Yeo says he is sold to S Pen which provides greater control over picture manipulation in the pre-loaded PS Touch app by Adobe besides its basic drawing and sketching functions. S Pen stylus and the S Note application are the most the notable feature of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1. S Note app is impressive in hand writing recognition. Besides converting handwriting into text, the S Note can also convert crude diagrams into shapes and search out complicated math formula through its Formula Match feature.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 can be switched on by pulling the S Pen out to start writing as well as by a switch on-off button.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 Tablet is in Singapore

[1] - Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 now available in Singapore

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