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    Default LG G Pad 8.3 GPe vs Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0???

    Hello! I am completely new to the tablet and android world. I have a dumb phone and an old laptop! After doing much arduous research and learning whatever I can through reviews and youtube I have narrowed my choice to a Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 or the LG G Pad 8.3 GPe. Any input from more seasoned users would be great! I am attracted to these two tablets for their similarities in the processor, size, speed, resolution etc... but I am concerned about the different operating systems. How much better is the kitkat vs the jelly bean and is it possibly a deal breaker for the note?

    Thanks for any input and advice!
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    Default Re: LG G Pad 8.3 GPe vs Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0???

    Between these two, I would definitely go with the G Pad unless you are extremely invested in note taking and Samsung gimmicks. The Snapdragon 600 is still blazing fast, especially on stock Android, and Touchwiz lags a lot. If anything, I think your best choices would be the G Pad or the Nexus 7 (Still awesome).
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    Between these two I'd get the G Pad but personally I'd get the Nexus 7 2013. The Note isn't bad, but TouchWiz holds it back

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    G Pad all the way if you like the 8" size. Nexus 7 too small for me.
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    I concur with these guys here. GPad for sure. The Note is older, as well. But stock Android is the way to go for me. It's clean and runs very well.
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    Ditto, G Pad. However I would also recommend looking at the LG version over the GPE edition. Its cheaper and there are a few custom roms available for it.

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    I have the GPad and couldn't be happier

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    I had the Note 8.0 and really liked it. The brightness and screen clarity was amazing! I had a hard time with the physical home button smack dab in the middle of where I held the tablet, no matter which orientation. Tried a 2nd Gen Nexus 7 and liked it too, but I was already used to the extra screen real estate the Note had, and the sd card slot. The G pad was my next choice, and after several months my best choice. I now have both the G Pad and the G Pad GPE and can't make up my mind which one to keep. I guess I'm waiting to see if LG is going to update the original G Pad soon. If not, I'll keep the GPE. Both G Pads are a blast to use.
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    thanks everyone! i really appreciate your input... guess im getting the gpad

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