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There are the loud, uncivilised people, who sit next to you on buses or in restaurants, meetings, lectures or in my industry news conferences, tap-tap-tapping away on their infernal keyboards either because they were raised by wolves and don't know any better, or because they genuinely don't give a rat's arse about the comfort of people around them. And then there are the civilised people, who pay attention to their environments and have the courtesy to choose tools to suit. Sometimes these people will decide that tapping away on a keyboard is the appropriate thing to do. And sometimes they will decide that something more discrete, such as a pen and paper, are the right tools for the job. But based on experience with the previous Tab S devices, I'm quite sure you're going to want to get one. Samsung says it has dramatically improved the handwriting and drawing performance of the S Pen, but using it side-by-side with last year's Tab S6, as I have been for the past few days, I can't say I notice any difference. What is dramatically improved this year, though, is the productivity app Samsung has designed for use with the S Pen, known as Samsung Notes. For years I've been begging Samsung to add a feature to the Notes app that lets you record interviews and meetings while taking hand-written notes, so that you can quickly fast-forward or rewind to a section of the recording simply by tapping on the note you wrote at the time. I wanted that feature so badly, and got so sick of waiting for Samsung to add it, that eventually I gave up waiting and wrote myself an app that did just that. It has better mouse support and integrates more seamlessly with an external monitor too.
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The first model in the series, the 7-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab, was presented to the public on 2 September at the IFA in Berlin and was available on 5 November The original Galaxy Tab which was renamed as the Galaxy Tab 7. Its operating system is based on Android 2.

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There are the loud, uncivilised people, who sit next to you on buses or in restaurants, meetings, lectures or in my industry news conferences, tap-tap-tapping away on their infernal keyboards either because they were raised by wolves and don't know any better, or because they genuinely don't give a rat's arse about the comfort of people around them.

And then there are the civilised people, who pay attention to their environments and have the courtesy to choose tools to suit. Sometimes these people will decide that tapping away on a keyboard is the appropriate thing to do. And sometimes they will decide that something more discrete, such as a pen and paper, are the right tools for the job. But based on experience with the previous Tab S devices, I'm quite sure you're going to want to get one.

Samsung says it has dramatically improved the handwriting and drawing performance of the S Pen, but using it side-by-side with last year's Tab S6, as I have been for the past few days, I can't say I notice any difference.

What is dramatically improved this year, though, is the productivity app Samsung has designed for use with the S Pen, known as Samsung Notes. For years I've been begging Samsung to add a feature to the Notes app that lets you record interviews and meetings while taking hand-written notes, so that you can quickly fast-forward or rewind to a section of the recording simply by tapping on the note you wrote at the time. I wanted that feature so badly, and got so sick of waiting for Samsung to add it, that eventually I gave up waiting and wrote myself an app that did just that.

It has better mouse support and integrates more seamlessly with an external monitor too. It's very much like using a regular computer and could very well take the place of a laptop for much, if not all, of your work. When you connect the iPad Pro to an external display, it duplicates the iPad screen on the external display in a generally useless way, except with a few apps custom-designed to utilise the latter as an extension rather than a duplicate of the main display.

DeX is not perfect — you can't drag a window from the main display to the second display, for instance — but it's miles ahead of Apple.

For now, anyway. This whole review, I've written using the two productivity modes I'm talking about, and it's been great. I hand-wrote much of the draft using the S Pen and the Samsung Note app while sitting first in a cafe and then on a couch in my lounge room. It's how I prefer to write. Now that I'm back at my desk, I've converted the handwriting to text the Samsung Notes app does a pretty good job at that and pasted it into this document, and I'm now using a mouse, keyboard and external monitor to clean it up and add the images you can see.

It's very much like using a regular computer and, provided you don't need unusual or especially powerful apps, could very well take the place of a laptop for much, if not all, of your work. All of this only matters, of course, if you're the sort of person who likes the right tool for the job. If you're the other type of the person, the type who was raised by wolves, then you might as well stop reading this review right now. Much improved pen apps Dislikes Pricey. Skip to navigation Skip to content Skip to footer Help using this website - Accessibility statement.

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