Anonymous, 15 Aug 2012and that's the best comeback you can come up with? LOL.yes of course anyone can only use the "features" ( to stay in smartphone jargon) he has .
you're right you did not ask my opinion, i give my opinion to who i want , when i want and on what subject i want and how much time i want to give my opinion. cheers. feel free to comment (LOL)
Just can't wait to get this tab. I'm an engineering student and have waited for a device like this forever! This tab will help me get rid of hundreds of pieces of paper wastes, and hundreds of pages of journal articles, and thick notebooks that I have to carry. This tablet is really one of a kind and what this tablet is capable of can't be replaced by any other tablets, including ipad.
AnonD-56268, 15 Aug 2012i wish you good luck , but i will never buy that crap.no need to wish me luck and no need to explain because I didn't ask for your opinion. I can decide for my own, thank you.
Anonymous, 15 Aug 2012because I find it aesthetically beautiful. and with those specs, running apps wouldn't be a problem.i wish you good luck , but i will never buy that crap.
AnonD-56268, 15 Aug 2012why ? because I find it aesthetically beautiful. and with those specs, running apps wouldn't be a problem.
Anonymous, 15 Aug 2012this is a thing of beauty! Can't wait to get my hands on thiswhy ?
Now all is need to include enterprise mail support for these latest tabs. like lotus and Ms outlook. then the I can throw my lappy from my bag
I love this tablet. What a shame that it doesn't include a 1920 X 1080 screen resolution and superAMOLED. This is a very good Tablet. I'm in love with the Design of this Slate =)
Cant wait to upgrade my tab 750 to note 10.1... priced decently... good job Samsung
Donnie, 15 Aug 2012The screen resolution is garbage. Tablet overall is unimpressive. Not big on tablets anyway, n... moreThe resolution isn't garbage, but its not as good as you would hope for (My HP TM2 has 1280x800 resolution at just over 12" and at a working distance its no problem, in tablet mode it worksm and this has higher DPI, so its not a problem really, but not the best)... but apparently Exynos 4, and snapdragon, tegra3 and the others in the same generation does not handle Full HD fluidly.
But sure, they could have waited 2 more months, released it with exynos 5 and full HD, that would have been a smarter choice.
The performance seems good on this, with the curent resolution.
And S-pen makes it the best tablet for me, at this point.
Surface pro, wont be on the shelves for a while, expect it to land late q1 or early q2 next year, that is long from now.
The only thing we can hope for is an october release by samsung for a Win 8 RT tablet equipped with S-pen. And maybe that is eactly why they release this now, and didnt wait to put Exynos 5 in it.
But I dont want to have to wait that long. If only they had made this a 7.7 amoled version, than I could have gotten it now, and then gotten another one by christmas.
Why oh why didnt they wait for Exynos 5, we've already waited to long, what would another 2 months be.
Imagine LTE support, more power efficient CPU/GPU and more power when you need it.
Will there be an Exynos 5 equipped version, for LTE or will there be a snapdragon version? Its just a bit too confusing for consumers... they should have waited.
The resolution, well, then they could have made it full HD without loosing in performance.. and on a device like this higher resolution is to be preferred. My HP TM2 has 1280x800 resolution, and its ok, it even has lower DPI count, but still, for a creative-device touching up photos an such.. SD insted of micro SD, USB insted of 30 pin, HDMI out insted of 30 pin, and a charger port insted of USB-charging, that is on my wishlist.
Will I buy this? Likely, since Surface pro is a long wait and stylus equipped Win8 RT tablets probably will also be some wait.
But I still wish samsung had put some more focus on the creative part, and used ports and resolution for those users.