Galaxy Note® 10.1 with S Pen (update)

The next Samsung tablet on Verizon Wireless.

By on March 5, 2013

UPDATE - Tuesday, March 5: The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1® with 4G LTE will be available online and in stores starting Thursday, March 7 for $599.99. Users can add this tablet to their Share Everything account for $10 per month.

Monday, Jan. 7 - For many people tablets are great for Web browsing, downloading movies, gaming, and much more. But, actions including note-taking, photo editing and multitasking have proved challenging for some.

Following a trend started with the Galaxy Note II, the Galaxy Note 10.1® features the advanced S Pen stylus. Business professionals can take notes during meetings with handwriting-to-text capabilities, and drawing tools to jot down plans. Notes can be saved and shared over 4G LTE with coworkers and clients.

Students can use the multiscreen feature to view two apps at once by splitting the screen. For example, users can read a news article while taking notes or watch a video while replying with feedback.

For photo editing, the Galaxy Note 10.1® runs Adobe® Photoshop® Touch. Combined with the S Pen, building visual effects, such as layering, blending and filters, can be used by designers to show drafts or mock-ups to potential clients. Users can combine and manipulate images creatively with the S Pen, then upload work to the cloud using 4G LTE to access their portfolio just about anywhere.

Watching television with a second screen has become second nature for many. For TV fans, the Galaxy Note 10.1® features the Smart Remote, powered by Peel, to turn the tablet into a universal remote control. The tablet can control an entire home entertainment system and even recommend programs.

Like many other Samsung Galaxy devices, the Note 10.1 runs on Verizon Wireless 4G LTE and comes with Android™ 4.1, Jelly Bean. The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1® will be available online and in stores in the coming weeks and on display at CES in booth #31400, the Las Vegas Convention Center’s South Hall.

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