Anonymous, 01 Nov 2015Now you tell us, how you r gonna carry this sh*t, smart guy?You all getting the wrong idea. This tablet is meant to stay inside the house. It is like a desktop pc. You should never carry it outdoor even if you could. Its a home-tablet. If you want something portable, go buy a laptop or smaller tablet. Easy. No need to pretend like you don't understand and make a scene like an idiot here.
Anonymouses, 31 Oct 2015It cannot be hold in hand while being used. It have a kick stand at the back that probably unr... moredude, tablets r meant 2 be portable. If i want something 4 my desk, i will buy a proper computer which i'm sure is priced way less n more powerful than this 'tablet'
AnonD-461337, 31 Oct 20152.65kg?!??!?!?!?!?!? It's almost as heavy as gaming laptops!Why is the weight so surprising? Note Pro 12.2 is already 750g and Ipad Pro is 723g. Tablet the size of 18.4" should be heavy reasonably for stability and ergonomic since it is using kickstand.
wow! 18.4 inch with only 32 GB built-in memory! :D
i don't know what did Samsung ate on breakfast :D
these idiots keep on complaning about the weight of the device, what do you expect on an 18.4 " screen wide tablet
petrol bomb, 31 Oct 20152.65kgs?! Are they making it for sumo wrestlers? I don't think a normal person can comfortably... moreIt cannot be hold in hand while being used. It have a kick stand at the back that probably unremovable. You will not be carrying it around because it is meant to be used inside the house only. If you want a tablet to carry around Samsung have Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 for that or the Galaxy Tab series.
2.65kgs?! Are they making it for sumo wrestlers? I don't think a normal person can comfortably hold that for more than five minutes leave alone carrying it around all day!
AnonD-78052, 30 Oct 2015if you don't like it help Samsung keeping it inside its warehouse for ever, companies must pro... moreI think you replying to the wrong person. I'm talking about LTE and video call. What R&D are talking about?
Anonymouses, 30 Oct 2015For office usages. You have to admit, office wifi is not that fast at all compare to LTE. Mayb... moreif you don't like it help Samsung keeping it inside its warehouse for ever, companies must provide customers with what customer wants not with what R&D says
It could have mini HDMI or "something like that" port, so it could be doubled as monitor also.
Anonymous, 28 Oct 2015Why does this have 4g? Who is going to carry an 18.4 inch tablet aroundFor office usages. You have to admit, office wifi is not that fast at all compare to LTE. Maybe video call is available but I don't see any Call function in this tablet. I do see Contacts. Weird. Need a full review soon.
mir, 27 Oct 2015They have the nerve to name their 120ppi tablet "View."To give you an overview, there is no tablet or monitor that size have more than 200ppi ever existed even if it is 2k display. For example, Dell XPS 10 with 10inches display only have 155ppi. Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 only have 247ppi even when using 2k display.
If Note Pro was 18.4inches the ppi would be only 164ppi anyway. So, if Galaxy view even use 2k display with 164ppi, there is not much difference compare to when it is using the 1080p display with 120ppi.
All you get with 2k display is more battery drain and more complain from customers. Even with a 4k display, at 18.4inches you get merely 240ppi. If Samsung do use that 4k display, the price will go approximately over $1500 for the giant tablet and no one will buy it. Now you understand?
For everyone talking about the screen density etc... It's primarily designed and meant for Kitchen use. So leaving a fairly huge 18.4 table on a stand in the kitchen means you can stand for a fair distance away from the tablet whilst doing other things, and still see the tablet with high quality (since 1080 at a distance is incredibly clear). Most the other specs are designed around 'mothers' or really anyone that cooks a lot. You don't need a good camera at all, but it's there just in case, etc...