Previously, I hated the tablet experience, it was way too cumbersome to repeatedly zoom in and out with my hands, usually smudging the hell out of my screen and no, I don’t like putting on screen protectors either. With the S-Pen, a lot of those zooming are eliminated completely (I don’t have to waste time doing that, although it looks cool not very useful in real life and for getting things done quickly), I can get 10 times more work done on my Note 10.1 versus any other tablet.
Second, the Note 10.1 brings the most fast processor to date, it has the most powerful processor on a tablet with its quad-core 1.4Ghz Exynos processor, which fares a bit higher on benchmarks than its rival Tegra 3 processor (on Transformer Prime and Transformer Prime Infinity). I also have to note that quad-core processors allow your tablet to run very fast without getting hot unlike tablets like iPad 3, which can get dangerous hot especially if you live in a hot environment.
With this processor, you can’t go wrong for at least another year or two, it will be able to keep up with the latest apps designed for high-power processors more than most.
Lastly but not least, I have to tell you honestly I think tablets are worthless in terms of productivity for business, which I mainly use for responding to people on my e-mail and social networks like Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus. I just detest the idea of using a tablet when my smartphone is much better for portability and typing.
Note 10.1 is the only tablet that changed my stubborn mind, now the only thing I prefer to use is my Note 10.1!
The Note 10.1 has an accurate S-Pen stylus that allows me to quickly respond to people, delete spam, and also switch between apps without causing arthritis to my arms. I am almost in my mid-30s and spend most of my day in front of a computer. The Note 10.1 allows me to actually enjoy the tablet experience finally.
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