Either that or shock horror, they just didn't like it very much!!
I doubt theyd review something without testing it!
Inflexible features? It runs android. How you can call android limited features compared to IOS is frankly ridiculous. Whoever wrote the article clearly has no tech knowledge whatsoever.
Much more likely the problems seen (imagined?) are due to the reviewer not knowing his a***e from his elbow.
On the other side - the Galaxy Note is far from being the best android tablet. The Asus/Acers with the 1900x1200 screens are a much better buy.
Good on you Lovenanter, while I ADORE WHF, sometimes I do think their opinion can be very one sided. I am glad you spoke out.
Well I bought one so you'd guess I don't agree with the WHiFi review and you would be correct. In fact it is self-evidently so superficial as a review that it is practically worthless. I've actually used mine pretty continuously for several weeks now and I know how it performs in real life.
What's this "iffy build". Mine is rock solid and I can't imagine it would break in normal use. Ok if you throw it around or use it as a table-tennis bat it will probably break but so would anything.
You can tell that WHiFi haven't really used it by the comments about the pen. It is actually very easy to browse using the pen and when it comes to text it's brilliant. This is a star feature that's really worth having. You get used to getting it in and out of the tablet in no time at all - another indication of the superficiality of the WHiFi review (or maybe their fingers don't work very well?).
The multi-tasking is brilliant. I'm using it to study for my OU degree and I can access lots of docs simultaneously and do things like create text at the same time. As a portable computing device it's great.
I find the video fine but I'm not really interested in that. I can't imagine a situation where I would want to watch a film on it but if that's a major requirement you need to select your tablet on that basis.
If you want a tablet compute to actually work on rather than pose with then the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 should be high up on your shoping list in my opinion.
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