Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 N5100 / N5110 / N5120
Showing 1-10 of 427
Great Quality for a refurbished item
Amazon Customer, Amazon
1 week ago
Summary: I own/owned a mirad of Samsung devices. I have a Note 3, a Note 10.1 2014 edition and now this Note 8. I usually don't but refurbished items but I wanted a in between sized tablet but did not have the funds to pay $400 for brand new. As a refurbished tablet it has no signs of being used.
Summary: Excellent tablet, does exactly what I need it to. For the most part, I can't even tell it's been refurbished. One minor flaw, and I'm not sure if this is due to being refurbished or the Note 8 in general: The included stylus is horrible, constantly trips over itself in the nib area, making for...
Summary: Tablet is nice, but it had a dead spot in the screen that would not respond right to the s pen when writing. returning it. it also seemed to lag quite a bit, not sure if this is normal for tablets like this
Summary: After comparing it to my son's new ipad mini 3, I'm not as pleased as I was initially. There's a lag in screen responsiveness; this is so noticeable after using the ipad. That's my biggest gripe. I'm finding the s pen function more useful than when I first got it.
Asher Taylor "Neuropsych Student, Dancer, Bike Geek, General Nerd", Amazon
22 January 2015
Summary: This is a great little tablet at a great price. I bought it to replace a first-generation Acer Iconia a500, and I'm glad I did. It's lighter, faster, and overall a more effective tool for a student on the go.
Summary: Comparable to the Nexus 7, this item probably has a better screen and very similar hardware overall. The refurbished price is just perfect. I still think the perfect size for a tablet is 7 in but I would still recommend this tablet to others. Samsung is just excellent quality.
Summary: I love almost everything about this tablet. It's a great size for reading and getting everyday tasks done, not too big or too small. The only recommendation I have is for the operating system, not the tablet itself.