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    I went... I saw... And couldn't resist. Awesome device... And it took a lot to get me to move from my Pre3.

    Sent from my SAMSUNG Galaxy Note using Tapatalk
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    Alas, poor WebOS... we barely knew ye...
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    What is interesting is that ICS has built in handwriting and stylus input api's built in. Samsung and now LG are using there own drivers within Gingerbread, so who knows what will come out in the near future from other Android-based manufacturers. Personally, I want the Note's digitizer in a 7" or 10" form factor (prefer 10"). Handwriting on capacitive screens still sucks, no matter how many software innovations come out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lavo96 View Post
    Personally, I want the Note's digitizer in a 7" or 10" form factor (prefer 10"). Handwriting on capacitive screens still sucks, no matter how many software innovations come out.
    Agreed completely, all the handwriting apps are useless. To get this wonderful stylus ability on a 10" for factor, with cloud access from it and the Note (Sprint Journal) to the same notes would be the ultimate.

    The stylus handwriting was seriously great on the Note.
    Sprint since 01/06/99: Sanyo SCP-4500 -> Audiovox PPC-6700 -> Palm Treo 755p -> Palm Centro -> Palm Pre 1.4.5 -> Jailbroken iPhone 4s
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    Went to ATT twice today to see this device. Been wanting an intermediate device in this size range and with a different OS than what I am currently using.
    Second time I played with a working model for 30 minutes. Was about to drop the 7 bills for off contract. (Wish they had a data only plan like iPad, don't need this as a phone)

    Just couldn't do it. The size is great, but the device feels cheap. The OS just has an unpolished look and feel.
    I know there are other backgrounds but the backgrounds they choose to put on android display devices reminds me of those cheap off the beaten path casinos in LV that have to resort to garish neon to get your attention and dollars. It makes you wonder what other garish things lie beneath. To bad they didn't take a page from Nokia on design. It seems in mobile Samsung is only worthy if they copy someone else.

    The device just screams niche and total abandonment by Samsung in less than a year.

    Obviously your mileage may vary.
    Last edited by sinsin07; 02/21/2012 at 04:57 PM.
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