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Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (16GB, Deep Grey)

Product Description
Size: 16 GB | Color: Deep Grey

Maximize your productivity and creativity with the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 Update. This 10.1-inch tablet features Samsung's unique S Pen technology, which lets you edit photos, create detailed illustrations, and take handwritten notes with unmatched precision and pressure sensitivity. Activate your favorite apps with a stroke of the S Pen, and then open and arrange up to 16 apps on your homescreen to easily switch between them and multitask. Powered by Android 4.1, Jelly Bean, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 Update provides an exceptionally fast, smooth user experience.

Product Information
Size Name: 16 GB | Color Name: Deep Grey

Screen Size:    10.1 inches
Screen Resolution:    1280 x 800
Max Screen Resolution:    1280 x 800 pixels
Processor:    1.4 GHz Tablet Processor
Hard Drive:    16 GB SSD
Wireless Type:    802.11bgn
Average Battery Life (in hours):     7 hours

Other Technical Details
Brand Name:    Samsung
Series:    Galaxy Note 10.1
Item model number:    GT-N8013EAYXAR
Hardware Platform:    PC
Operating System:    Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich
Item Weight:    1.3 pounds
Item Dimensions L x W x H:    7.09 x 1.31 x 10.32 inches
Color:     Deep Grey
Rear Webcam Resolution:     5 MP
Processor Brand:    Samsung
Processor Count:    1
Computer Memory Type:    DDR2 SDRAM
Flash Memory Size:    16
Hard Drive Interface:    Serial ATA
Hard Drive Rotational Speed:    1 RPM
Batteries:    1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)

Galaxy Note 10.1 Update (16 GB, Grey)
At a Glance:
    Pressure-sensitive S Pen for easy drawing and note-taking
    View and access up to 16 apps simultaneously with Cascade View
    Preview content before opening it with Air View
    Create personalized photos and handwritten notes
    Fast performance with quad core processor and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean

Product Description
As easy to use as pen and paper, the new Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 with S Pen gives you the freedom to express your creativity, naturally. Edit photos as never before using Adobe Photoshop Touch. Design beautiful illustrations with variable brush weights and sizes. Create handwritten notes, memos and postcards. Then post, send and save them all on Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich. You'll never want to Note any other way.Wi-Fi: 802.11a/b/g/n, Bluetooth: Bluetooth  4.0 + HS.1-Year Limited Warranty.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews

Sure there are annoyances, but I think I'm responsibe for some of them., May 27, 2013
By William M. Thompson
Amazon Verified Purchase
This review is from: Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (32GB, Deep Grey) (Personal Computers)
I waited a long time to buy this tablet and it is for the most part exactly what I thought it would be and it is working very well for me. I LOVE the S-pen feature. My only complaint, an irritation actually, is that there is no users guide, or at least none came with my tablet. A lot of my utility has been consumed or delayed as I struggle via trial-and-error to figure out how the apps work. A particular annoyance is trying to figure out how to move notes and such into file folders after the note is created. Drag and drop is not the operative process here. Eventually I'll get it all sorted out, but in the meantime it's time consuming and annoying. The only other complaint I might have is the length of the recharging cord. It's so short that I have to lay the tablet on the floor near the electrical outlet during charging.

BOTTOM LINE: Would I buy it again? Absolutely yes, and isn't that the final word on whether a purchase met someone's expectations?

This is a good little machine, May 26, 2013
By Jerry Cummings
Amazon Verified Purchase
This review is from: Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (32GB, Deep Grey) (Personal Computers)
I heard a lot of good comments about this tablet, but for me, the jury is out until I get one in my hot little hands. It's in my hands now and I like it! It's very fast and I really think the screen resolution and clarity of display is very good! It's also very light, and lighter than my iPad (4th gen).

I feel this is a product worth considering as an alternative to the iPad (starting with cost) and you can do a lot with it.

Great, May 26, 2013
By German Campos
Amazon Verified Purchase
This review is from: Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (32GB, Deep Grey) (Personal Computers)
It surpassed my expectations. Great battery life and performance. The handwriting recognition works excellent, same to say about the multitasking.

I just absolutely love my tablet, May 24, 2013
By Silverhorse
Amazon Verified Purchase
This review is from: Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (16GB, White) (Personal Computers)
I absolutely love this tablet it has pretty much taken over my laptop computer I rarely use it now as this can do practically everything even a few things my laptop cant do, I am so happy with it. I purchased it through Amazon and it even got here faster than the estimated date of arrival so thank you very much Amazon.

Great product, May 25, 2013
By James Brown
Amazon Verified Purchase
This review is from: Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (32GB, Deep Grey) (Personal Computers)
Fantastic all round tablet - I actually bought it mainly to replace a full tablet PC, and have yet to find the perfect app that can replace the vector capacity of Illustrator.. So still looking! But the tablet itself is excellent

WiFi suddenly doesn't work, May 27, 2013
By Park (USA)
Amazon Verified Purchase
This review is from: Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (32GB, Deep Grey) (Personal Computers)
I've had this for a couple of months, but from about 2 weeks ago, the wifi stopped working on my school network. It says in the settings that it's connected to the school network, but when I try to access the internet, it doesn't work. I tried getting some assistance, but all I got back was a couple of links to standard troubleshooting webpages that didn't help and then was told to factory reset the tab. I don't really need wifi that much and use the note to take notes, and would rather not have to back everything up again, so I'm going without the wifi. I don't know if the problem is with the device, android OS, the school network or any combination of the three but the problem is that since this device isn't as popular as the iPad, the problem isn't going to be solved anytime soon.

So if you need reliable access to wifi, this device may not be for you.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

Really like it August 17, 2012
By Alex Alexzander
Color Name:Deep Grey|Size Name:16 GB
I didn't buy mine from Amazon as I couldn't find it on Amazon. I ended up going to my local BestBuy to pick it up. The reviews online were mostly okay except for The Verge which said it was sluggish and basically was down beat on it.

I decided to buy it and if I didn't like it I would be returning it. I picked it up around 5:30PM on the 16th of August which is the release date. The first thing I did was get rid of all the widgets that are on the home screens. I suspect those might slow it down. I kept only one widget which is the clock / weather widget. I then downloaded all my favorite apps and began to arrange and configure it the way I wanted it.

It comes with Polaris Office, which is better than QuickOffice if you plan to create and edit word docs, Polaris is easier. To view documents and complex excel sheets I find QuickOffice often does the better job. I ed up keep both installed just in case.

I installed 14 games on it. All of which perform very well. There are my favorites, like FieldRunners, and newer ones like Final Fantasy, Ski Safari, Nova 3, Osmos HD, Amazing Alex and Zynga poker that I also really like. This quad core eats through anything with ease.

Got the latest Google Maps, which is so fantastic on this. You can save a Map so it's available without a data connection. Perfect for these WiFi devices. I'm a fan of the new Google Play movies, music, books and Magazines too. But if you prefer Amazon or Nook, those are available as always. It comes with the B&N Nook Reader by default.

There are Galaxy Note 10.1 specific apps like Adobe's PS Touch. I've been using Photoshop since 1996 so I am going to carefully review the built in lessons for PS Touch, a mobile version of Photoshop and see how far I can take that. If you are a subscriber to Adobe's Cloud services you're supposed to be able to edit a PSD with PS Touch, save it to the cloud, and then continue to edit it with Photoshop the desktop app.

There is also S Note. S Note and PS Touch are geared to work well with the new Samsung Galaxy S Pen. This was a primary reason for me to be interested in this particular tablet. The S Pen is so accurate that you can hand write whole sheets of handwritten text with it. I didn't try to have it translated into actual text like type written text. I just left it as my handwriting. Really like it.

Now this new Note 10.1 also has a new Muli-tasking feature. I should say that it doesn't multitask any app combo you want. Just a few apps blessed by Samsung which are: The base browser, not Chrome, their video player, Polaris Office, the picture gallery and their email app, not the GMail email app. Their email app can be used with POP, IMAP and Microsoft's Exchange via the built in Active Sync. So I tend to use that email client for work email and I use GMail as my personal email client.

Now, according to The Verge, multitasking was horrible. Not so fast Verge. I don't know what you guys are doing but I multitask'd just about every way you can on this and it works surprising well. I wrote notes while playing video. I played video while scrolling up and down on a web page. I copied text from an email to S Note, which both apps loaded in the side by side both on the screen simultaneously method. I had no trouble at all.

I bought Autodesk's Sketchpad Pro and can draw with that just fine. I also bought Adobe Ideas, but haven't yet played with that at all. Samsung also has their own kind of store and I am going to see if they have more S Pen specific apps. Really like the S Pen a lot. It's exactly like a typical Wacom Stylus. It's sharp, not that horrible eraser head large stylus you get stuck with if you want to use a stylus on the iPad. Although the iPad has Paper by 53, which I wish I had on here.

I'm really just getting started. I'll have to update this review over the weekend. Only played with this new tab for about 4 to 6 hours now.

Check out Google's Currents for news, and Pocket for saving articles for future reading. Both are great on this tablet. I think all the bases are covered with this tablet. Movies, games, magazines, office and productivity, art creation and editing. It does everything. And since it is Android, you have a real file system which makes email a breeze. Love this thing so far.

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