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iPad Air vs. Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition video review

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If you are after a new tablet PC in the run up to Christmas there is certainly a lot of choice to be had especially if you are not concerned which platform the device runs on, and today we have the iPad Air vs. Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition video review for your viewing pleasure.

We previously had another video review of the two devices a few days ago but today we have another video that is having a good look at the two tablet PCs. The video kicks off by looking at the design and build of the two tablets with it highlighted that the Samsung has the same plastically feel to it.

The physical buttons on the iPad Air were found to respond better than those on the Galaxy Note 10.1, before we get to see the specifications of the displays with the Samsung obviously larger and with a better resolution and pixel density and having slightly better movement.

It has to be remembered that the aspect ratio on the iPad Air is 4:3 which may be better for web browsing, while the 16:9 on the Samsung is better suited for video playback. Visibility was found to be pretty similar although colours were found to be more realistic on the Apple tablet.

The Samsung has the added feature of the S-Pen stylus which works well with the device but the user interface was found to be more simplistic on the iPad Air. We are then run through a number of other features on the two tablets but we won’t spoil the rest of the video for you.

Have you been considering either one of these tablets?

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3 thoughts on “iPad Air vs. Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition video review”

  1. Reply
    John Smith says:

    Definitely an apple fan. It sucks for viewers to be mislead by reviewers like this guy. How about getting a non bias reviewer to do an actual side by side comparison.

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    Jon says:

    Like others have said.. It’d be nice to get a non biased comparison!! Just because people don’t necessarily NEED the stylus doesn’t mean they have to default to the iPad..
    and the reviewer forgot to add one huge pointer.. While the Note has comes with many menus/options, it comes with an advantage of customizing it to become more productive to it’s individual user vs with IOS what you get is what you’re stuck with.

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