Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 changed to include slot for S-Pen

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by 2 years ago

When the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 was previewed at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, it raised a few eyebrows in that  it is not only a 10.1 inch tablet with a stylus (the S-Pen) but that Samsung forgot to put a slot in the chassis to hold the pen when it isn’t being used! Meanwhile, we found out that the tablet we’ve seen at MWC was actually a temporary design that Samsung whipped up in a hurry in order to be able to show something newsworthy at the show. Now according to visitors at a Samsung event in Germany, the redesigned Note 10.1 includes a…

Steve Jobs proven wrong? The stylus is making a comeback, fueled by Draw Something and other stylus-friendly apps

by 2 years ago

“If you see a stylus, they blew it”. One of the most famous quotes of the recent years in the technology world came from Steve Jobs in 2010 and seemed to define the direction in which tablets and smartphones should move forward. Two years later, though, a Bloomberg report confirms what I for one have been saying for a long time -the stylus is a great, fun tool to use with your smartphone or tablet of choice and, given the right app, right stylus, and right device, it can become popular again. Well, the devices are there (the Samsung Galaxy…

S Memo Stylus Review – A Closer Look At The Galaxy Note [Video]

by 2 years ago

The Samsung Galaxy Note is one of the latest devices from Samsung. It comes with the revolutionary S Pen – which allows users to use the “stylus” as as input devices to create content and media, previously unavailable to swipe and touch interfaces. Today, we’re taking a closer look at the S Pen, the device that comes together with the Note. With the S Pen, the user will able to create notes and memos, through Samsung’s proprietary app called S Memo. The S Memo is integrated into TouchWiz, and the icon appears in all homescreens as well as within the App…

Samsung Announces An Android Phone/Tablet Hybrid

by 2 years ago

Samsung’s been busy this week. Everyone knew about the release of the long-awaited Galaxy S II smartphone for the US market. The big surprise of this week was something else: an Android smartphone/tablet with a stylus called the Galaxy Note. Looking at it, the device’s big attraction for consumers is the large 5.3-inch HD display. Using Samsung’s Super AMOLED technology and having a 1280 x 800 resolution, it’s pretty impressive. But it does make the phone a bit huge – which sets it beyond the normal smartphone category. Which is correct since Samsung is classifying the Galaxy Note as a…

aPen A3 Stylus Beams Handwritten Notes to Android Devices

by 2 years ago

Classes are kicking in next week, and no timing could be better for E FUN to introduce its latest innovation–the aPen A3 stylus. E FUN, a manufacturer of consumer electronic products, has recently introduced the aPen A3 as the perfect back-to-school gadget revolutionizing conventional ways of taking notes and sharing ideas. The aPen  A3 allows users to transfer words written on a piece of paper to their smartphones via Bluetooth. aPen A3 also enables quick sending and sharing of digitized notes to friends, as well as posting the notes online. Just like any ordinary pen, the aPen A3 is user-friendly…

Panasonic Toughbook Android Tablet In The Works

by 3 years ago

When you think of tablets, you think of flimsy paper-thin electronic devices that you can break in half with your bare hands. They’re not exactly the sort of thing you would bring to anywhere remotely dangerous. However, that can be a bit of a problem when you’re a jet-set traveler. Lord knows how many situations in which your tablet may suddenly be broken: a rambunctious child or a slip on the pavement can turn your $500 tablet into so much spare parts. Well, Panasonic is going to solve your worries then. Being the developers of the Toughbook line of rugged…

Diotek Korea provides handwriting recognition for Android

by 5 years ago

In recent news, Korean firm Diotek has allegedly revealed some impressive handwriting recognition software for the HTC G1 and Android powered devices. It is not all new, however, since DioPen has been around for Windows Mobile for some time now. Nevertheless, we thought it best we investigate this new piece of software. The application is able to recognise both English and Korean handwriting, which is probably what we would expect from a Korean based company working on an OS primarily used by English speaking folk. There isn’t much more information floating around, and it doesn’t help that their site is…