Tech companies have been fighting fiercely in the last few months, trying to top the tablet market. First the new iPad was released, then Microsoft teased its Surface tablet, hotly followed by Google's Nexus 7 hitting the stores. Now there's a new handheld that may just beat them all.
Samsung's latest offering is put through its paces in an ad that is sweeping the web. The Galaxy Note 10.1 runs the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system, making it a powerful tool for all kinds of tasks.
The ad sees the tablet used to share recipes, edit videos and organise revision notes. With the S Pen stylus, the Note can even be used to create free-hand drawings and edit pictures in Photoshop.
Tech fans have swarmed to the ad, racking up nearly 378,000 views in less than 24 hours and 34,500 shares. There's a lot of chatter surrounding it too, with the video appearing in 66 blogs and articles online. Nearly 900 excited comments from YouTube users and a slew of fans on Twitter tout the Samsung tablet as 'better than the iPad'.
Whatever you might use the Galaxy Note 10.1 for, the ad is out of this world.
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