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Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 video review

31 Aug 2012

Samsung's Galaxy Note 10.1 is a solid, reliable and surprisingly quick tablet that runs on the Ice Cream Sandwich version of the Android operating system.

However, the device's unique S Pen, while itself great for quick note taking, fails to deliver on Samsung's professional use claims, mainly due to the Adobe Photoshop Touch software, which is ill-equipped for high-level image manipulation projects.

Despite this there is much to recommend on the tablet, particularly is two-day battery life.

For a more in depth look at the Galaxy Note 10.1 check out V3's written review.

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