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Samsung's New Gadgets: Visual Tour

Samsung's Note 3 smartphone and Note 10.1 tablet feature sleek design bonuses, while the Galaxy Gear smartwatch breaks new ground.
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The Note 10.1 tablet has a few features in common with the Note 3 smartphone. In addition to having the new S Pen stylus, it runs on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean and has 3 GB of RAM. The Note 10.1 also has the TouchWiz user interface, WatchON video software and Samsung Knox security.

The 10" screen has 2560 x 1600 pixels for a WQXGA LCD display. The device is 7.99-mm thick and weighs 535 or 545 grams, depending on whether you choose Wi-Fi or 3G. It has an 8-megapixel camera and runs on an 8220-mAh battery. You can choose to have 16, 32 or 64 GB of storage.

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Michael Endler
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9/6/2013 | 10:34:18 PM
re: Samsung's New Gadgets: Visual Tour
"The 10" screen has 2560 x 1600"... I wonder how much benefit users will actually get from all those pixels, at typical viewing distances. Still looks like a nice device. I am far from sold on the smartwatch, however, especially given the price and compatibility limitations.
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