When Samsung announced the Galaxy Note 10.1, everyone at Engadget was intrigued. Even more so, when the company postponed the launch for a radical redesign, a "predesign," if you will. When it arrived, it had the potential to be a Wacom-beater, a graphics tablet that you worked wherever you could and had the power to match. When handed to our critic, however, he found that the unit was priced around $100 higher than it should have been, with a set-up that screamed "enthusiast" rather than "mainstream." The question is, brothers and sisters, if your experiences with the Galaxy Note 10.1 have been better or worse than his? Share your stories in the comments below.

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