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Samsung bringing S Note to its Win 8-powered ATIV Smart PC tablet

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Samsung bringing S Note to its Win 8-powered ATIV Smart PC tablet
If you've been fans of the S Note application found on Samsung's latest Galaxy devices, you'd be glad to know that the manufacturer will also bundle the app with its upcoming Windows 8-powered Samsung ATIV Smart PC tablet. At least, that's what we make of a promo video that was recently uploaded by website FundHost.com.

The video demonstrates the interface, as well as most of S Note's features like handwriting recognition, drawing, design of cards or invitations and so on. Of course, users of a Windows 8 computer have hundreds if not thousands other such options available for them, but it's always nice to see a manufacturer go the extra mile to deliver something more that others won't have. As proven by the video, the ATIV Smart PC will also come with a (dockable) Wacom-powered stylus (S Pen) to let you take full advantage of the S Note program.

via: Microsoft-News

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posted on 08 Nov 2012, 03:17 1

1. jove39 (Posts: 1976; Member since: 18 Oct 2011)

Makes tablet even more useful!

posted on 08 Nov 2012, 03:35

2. _Bone_ (Posts: 2155; Member since: 29 Oct 2012)

Any Sammy SW for the N10 expected, particularly multi-view?

posted on 08 Nov 2012, 03:39 1

3. CX3NT3_713 (Posts: 2286; Member since: 18 Apr 2011)

Now thats, impressive :-),, galaxy note 10.1 and a windows 8 tablet pc , nice

posted on 08 Nov 2012, 04:47

4. matrix_neo (Posts: 334; Member since: 03 Nov 2011)

Windows users will be happy for this, it makes Samsung tab more productive. I' ll be delightful to own one also. Windows 8 and s-pen a perfect partner. Big question here is "is apple going to add this tab to list of its lawsuit because it uses a stylus?" How Microsoft will react about this?

posted on 08 Nov 2012, 05:19

5. Rocksteady (unregistered)

Real big brains work in the background at Samsung.
Really impressive.

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