Conclusion: The Note 10.1 2014 can do everything you want a tablet to do – plus ten other impossible things you’re not sure you needed it to. More clever than an iPad, with a better screen than nearly every other Android tablet and with microSD expandability, this is a lean, mean full-sized tablet from Samsung.
Summary: Much like you, we’ve lost count on the number of devices that Samsung has launched over the past several months, but here we have yet another Android-based tablet that’s quite a mouthful to pronounce. Yes, introducing the brand new Samsung GALAXY Note 10.1 2014 Edition.
Pros: Comes with LTE, Packed with work-and-play features, Expandable storage
Summary: The instant you pick the Note 3 up for the first time, it feels like a new device, even if you know its two predecessors very well. The funny thing is the Note 3 isn’t actually that different from the Note 2, but its refreshed design makes it feel like a more radical departure from the past than it...
Summary: I absolutely love this tablet. I found all kinds of uses for the tablet. The built in notebook app was especially good. I spent hours doodling and drawing. I had my daughter do all kinds of homework in the app and then I could convert it to PDF and print it.
First Impression and Unboxing of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 edition
13 December 2013
Excerpt: The Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 edition is Samsung’s second offering of the full tablet Galaxy Note. It shares the same name with its elder brother, but with an extension that bears resemblance to the naming convention of the auto industry.
Summary: Update Craze. Samsung has been bringing "updated" devices to the market as often as possible. The new Galaxy Note 10.1 from 2012 is now succeeded by the "Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition". The hardware is the latest on the market but can it, and the software, secure the top spot in the market?
Pros: Display resolution, Extreme performance, LTE module, Good battery life, Option to increase storage, Nice brightness, S-Pen, The overall package contains multiple communications modules and has a good assortment of ports. Performance is strong and the battery lasts quite long.
Cons: Price, Slightly high black value, The Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition leaves no room for complaint. Although we have gotten used to the classic Galaxy design, it would be nice to see a change.
Summary: The Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition's performance was a mixed bag. Taking all of our benchmarks into consideration, it's clear that the potent Snapdragon SoC at the heart of the device has plenty of power, with some caveats.
Conclusion: The Note 10.1 2014 Edition is a solid improvement on last year’s model, with a class-leading screen, oodles of RAM, powerful internals, and an updated shell that sets it apart as a more serious device.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition
is an excellent upgrade to the first generation even if it shares some of the same problems at release as it’s predecessor. This is a premium tablet at a premium price that’s worth it if you’re looking for a great pen-enabled tablet.