Despite the iPad having been on the market for some time now, tablets in general are on the cusp of an evolution. They're trying to find out just how big their screens should be, how thick or thin they should be, and how the user interface should work. Another major consideration is the transition from finger-only use to keyboard and stylus.
Trying to answer all those in one fell swoop is the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1. On first look, the average person won't find much fault with the device, but after a few minutes they'll likely be turned off by its slippery back, its faux-metal shell, and its squeakiness. Can the Note 10.1 overcome its lackluster first impressions? Let's dive right into the review and see.