U Dont Say, 07 Jan 2014I've known a lot of tablets. Especially it's pricing. This thing is a little too big. Even too... moreohh!! your a genie cus no price had been yet release, or at least not on CES or the internet, plus those price u said are exaggerated, more than a macbook? no way
Finally! :-) This is an excellent substitute for a PC. I am sick and tired of heavy PCs with loud fans.Samsung Galaxy Note 12.2 is big enough to be as practical for business as PCs. Together with wireless keyboard it is a perfect business tool :-)
I'm not a die fan of any brand.
Samsung: USA doesn't need LTE?
What the heck?!
I've known a lot of tablets. Especially it's pricing. This thing is a little too big. Even too big from the note 10.1, Ipad air, etc. It will take time before a flip cover could be made specifically for this size. The pricing for the 64gb would be $1599 or $1699 without any carrier. While the 32gb model would be $1299 or $1399 still without any carrier. Taxes are not yet included in pricing.
I think samsung should called this a laptop rather being a gigantic tablet.
if only samsung could make a full Windows 8 for these specs i'll buy one tomorrow. android is limited but windows is a all round tool
AnonD-210573, 06 Jan 2014probably this one has aluminum body..( fingers crossed )Would you REALLY like a 12" aluminium shell? Crazy?
One bend and it's gooneee....
Under the specifications/features, it says document viewer which means u can't edit documents on it? What's the use of its big screen if such basic use of tablets is missing? I'd rather buy an Ipad Air
A piece of crap plastic ande near the iPad Air with retina display and A7 64bits CPU + powerfull GPU
i think this is only a bigger Note 10.1 2014 Edition but i prefer the Note 12.2 instead of the Note 10.1 2014 Edition