Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 Review: The Pen Sets This Android Tablet Apart

At a Glance

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  • Galaxy Note 10.1 Wi-Fi

    Samsung's Android 4.0 tablet is neither the sleekest nor the lightest, but its excellent stylus input and accompanying, though limited, software distinguishes it from the pack.

At a Glance

Samsung's Android 4.0 tablet is neither the sleekest nor the lightest, but its excellent stylus input and accompanying, though limited, software distinguishes it from the pack.

Pros

  • Software has some useful custom enhancements
  • Built-in pen expands how you can use the tablet

Cons

  • Plastic chassis feels inexpensively made
  • Display lacks high-pixel density resolution
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