If you’re anything like me, then sometimes you want more from your tablet than just one app a time or maybe flipping between apps. Whether you’re trying to be productive or simply wanting to keep track of more than one thing at a time (such as an instructional video and the accompanying text), sometimes your tablet just doesn’t cut it. Sometimes you need to be able to do more.
Enter the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition, a tablet that looks like it may well be able to deliver what I want in terms of functionality. Couple that with the fact that it accepts stylus as well as touch input (my fat old fingers are never as accurate as a stylus) and this table may well strike a good balance between my needs as a productivity and entertainment device.
Check out the video above and let us know your impression of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition.
Face it, you’ve always wanted a smart watch. It doesn’t matter what TV watching generation you belong to, there’s always been at least one iconic character or show that has featured a smart watch or communicator. For me it was always Knight Rider and of course, Star Trek. Just imagine feeling like Captain James Tiberius Kirk and calling the Enterprise for help without having to pull a clunky communicator or phone from your pocket?
Such is the Knight Rider-esque promise of smart watches like the Samsung Galaxy Gear. Check your email, take calls, accept meeting invitations, snap pictures, all without ever having to pull your cellphone out of your pocket. If nothing else, swiping your watch has to be more socially acceptable than pulling your cellphone out at the dinner table.
Eighty years in the making, and it’s finally here. Learn more about what makes the Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear The Next Big Thing at the Samsung Mobile USA Facebook page.
Fresh off of the Super Bowl jumbotron and on to your screen, Paul Rudd and Seth Rogan team up to pitch ideas for advertising Samsung’s “Galaxy” line of products to Jon Fevreau, with another cameo cropping up towards the end of the advert. Don’t worry, I won’t spoil the cameo for you if you didn’t catch the advert during the big game.
So here’s the question. What is the “next big thing”? Is it Seth Rogan in diaper, or is it that sleek-looking S3 phone which makes me realize how sorely my aging Galaxy S needs an update?
Is this the next big thing?
Click the vote button above to let us know, and then head over to twitter and tell us what you think the next big things is using the hashtag #nextbigthing.