PHOTO - Models model Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 in Malaysia.
The launch of Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 will help bring a culture of content creation and productivity in Malaysia, according to the South Korean digital solutions firm,
Speaking on 6 September 2012, Samsung Malaysia Electronics managing director, Kwon Jae Hoon, said, "The fast-paced nature of today's lifestyle demands the utmost efficiency and ingenuity in people to juggle various hats successfully. The Galaxy Note 10.1 is specifically designed meet this specific need, offering people an enhanced mobile experience for creating personalised and expressive content."
"An extension of the Galaxy Note category, the new Galaxy Note 10.1 allows for immediate capture of ideas and their realization through sketching; thereby facilitating people's most natural way to be productive and creative. Built with advanced technology and enhanced features, this intuitive slate lends the power to produce, create and customise content seamlessly," said Kwon.
He said the tablet computer delivered a multitasking experience with its Multiscreen feature. "People can now utilise two different applications side-by-side simultaneously on the expansive view of 10.1-inch screen."
"The device is optimised for the creation of personalised content, the S Pen gives people a new freedom and enjoyment of multimedia content consumption and creation," said Kwon. "The capture and editing of images can easily be done through the Adobe Photoshop Touch application and the use of the S Pen that offers superior precision."
He added that the Galaxy Note 10.1 allowed access to extensive multimedia educational content for all ages. "People can easily take notes directly on an eTextbook while watching lectures, or research the Web. eTextbooks comprise of a rich selection of video lectures and interactive coaching that can be shared with multiple Samsung devices. Furthermore, Learning Hub features a learning management system that provides schedule and performance monitoring tools for people of all age-groups to enjoy learning at their own pace. Currently available only in selected countries, Learning Hub will be downloadable via Samsung Apps in Malaysia by the end of 2012."
Other features include a 1.4GHz quad-core processor, 2GB [Gigabytes] of internal RAM [random access memory], a 5-megapixel main camera, seamless multi-tasking, and high-standard graphics, said Kwon.
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