A gadget for the inner artist in you
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Being creative always has its advantages; you get to try out the latest gadgets that could help enhance your craft.
Market leader Samsung has always valued innovations which give surprise and delight to consumers. Recently, it introduced a product designed to encourage creativity, enable productivity and facilitate better learning.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 has the power and portability of a notebook PC—but with the creative tools used by most digital artists. It has multiscreen capability, which allows one to open different apps and programs at the same time.
Another enticing feature is its smart stay, which guarantees that the Galaxy Note 10.1 won’t “go to sleep” as long as it senses that your eyes are still on its screen.
The Note brings out the artist in you, since it comes with a light and thin S-pen—a pressure-sensitive, pinpoint-accurate stylus with the feel of a regular pen. The stylus’ rubber tip yields a natural writing experience, much like a regular pen and paper. The S-note application integrates three great features—Shape Match, Word Match and Formula Match—with which we can write and draw while having the Galaxy Note 10.1 make the necessary corrections. S-note is a complete digital multimedia experience in that one can choose from a wide range of premade templates inspired by magazine layouts, webpages and even video-recorded diaries to customize the look of your project.
The Note also has Adobe Photoshop Touch with up to 50GB of online storage. With Allshare Play & Cast, one can even send or stream images, music and videos to other tablets, laptops and TVs.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 has a 10.1-inch screen with crystal-clear 1080p Full HD Playback. And with connectivity features such as an ultra-fast HSPA+ data speed and Wi-Fi Channel Bonding technology (allows for double Wi-Fi speeds), going online is definitely going to be fun.
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