Summary: I really want to enjoy this machine, but at every time I get over one hurdle, another larger one smacks me in the face. I would love to recommend this tablet to people, but there are just too many things holding it back. This is coming from an artists perspective, so if you feel like you want to use this device as a semi-primary art tablet, I would reconsider.
The keyboard dock keeps this from being a 5-star product!
Mark 'The O.O.O.G.' G., Amazon
10 April 2014
Summary: I received this device on 4/9/13. Right out of the box, I was blown away at how big 11.6 inches is in a tablet! This one, although covered in plastic, feels very sturdy and is easy to hold in the hand. It does get heavy with extended use and outside of the keyboard dock, you'll tend to lay it down on its back. Speaking of the keyboard dock, I don't know where to begin. Do I begin with the connection problems that was supposed to be resolved in the K01 revision?
Summary: I have held off putting a review out of this machine until I couldn't take it anymore. It is officially time to stop putting it off. This "computer"/"tablet"/"whatever" is the biggest piece of junk that I have ever owned. Samsung should be ashamed of itself for putting a product like this out. I have returned it twice for manufacturing defects and now find that it needs to be fixed again.
Summary: I have been looking for a convertible with a digitizer for over a year. I had a Lenovo 220X tablet. I really liked it but it is not easily portable - a little too thick, heavy and clunky. I need to carry around a tablet occasionally and don't need a keyboard just to be able to look stuff up, use a pen to take notes, sign in to corporate email (which has very poor Android apps), and electronic patient records (the app for this is even worse).