When inspiration calls, the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 isn’t such a bad companion to have around – especially for folks who have gotten used to the idea of replacing the traditional pen and paper with a capacitive stylus and a digital canvas. This is the premise behind Samsung’s latest commercial for the Galaxy Note 2.
The new Galaxy Note 2 ad shows how one architect, who’s also a CNN iReport contributor, overcomes a design challenge by using the many features that the Note 2 has to offer, such as Easy Clip, Idea Sketch, and Multi Window.
But of course, you don’t have to be an architect to benefit from the phablet. When used right, the device can boost your productivity – whatever your line of work may be. Press play on the embedded video above to see said iReporter in action.
How much do you love your Galaxy Note 2? What do you use it mainly for? Share your story in the comments below.
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Phablet isn’t a word…and moreover, we don’t WANT it to be a word.
Half the english words are made up words. What do you mean by ‘we’? It should be ‘i’.
Get lost who the fuck you think you are , some one important person , nope nada , nyet , nein , you are nobody , and FYI Phablet is a word . http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phablet
I’m not going anywhere. Anyone can add anything to Wikipedia. It is not an authority (neither are you). Until it appears in Webster’s, it is not a word.
And neither are YOU! Who the f*ck do you think you are coming here saying what “WE” do or do not want? If we want to use the word “phablet”, we’ll use it, even if it’s not no Webster or whatever the f*ck it should be. I’m not saying you can’t opine about it, but people who come talking for the entire world population just piss me off. Speak for yourself! (sorry about my english).
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As a high school student, it’s massively handy for quickly jotting down study notes, or exam dates with the S-Pen. Plus it’s also kick-ass for gaming with its huge screen in my free periods :)
There’s no way he’s an actual reporter! Anyone got any proof? Two pretty boys in the ad, def models, obvious with the orange fake tan, duh!