Unless you absolutely need the Note 12.2's extra screen real estate and Remote PC feature, you're better off getting the Samsung Note 10.1 2014 Edition instead, which offers a similar experience for $150 less.Read Full Review
- Great size for consuming media
- Relatively thin and light, given the large screen size
- Remote PC feature works well and is easy to set up
- Too similar to the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition, which costs $150 less
- Middling battery life
- Sluggish real-world performance on the WiFi-only model (the LTE version will use a different processor)
The big thing you notice about the NotePRO is, well, how big it is. Samsung has opted for a 12.2-inch Super Clear LCD display running at a whopping 2560 x 1600 resolution, and it’s a very impressive panel indeed. Viewing angles are broad, and the digitizer is responsive.
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After a day test driving my 32GB Galaxy Note 12.2 I'm sold on its strenghts and able to deal with its weaknesses. For productivity, everything about the sheer size is a plus. Drawing and note taking are...
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