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Re: Charge time?
The Galaxy Note 10.1 is in a class of tablet all it's own. If your primary reason for owning a tablet is media consumption like watching movies, playing games, shooting pictures and videos and sharing them with friends/family, I would suggest the Nexus 10.
Originally Posted by Preach2k
However, if you’re looking for a device that can do all those things, without the screen resolution of the Nexus 10 or iPad, but gives you the added functionality of the s-Pen for business or school, then only Galaxy Note 10.1 delivers. The battery life of the Note 10.1 is sufficient for its intended use. If you are like me and sit in meetings all day, and loathe carrying and keeping track of multiple legal pads, pens and pencils, or notebooks for taking meeting notes, this tablet is the way to go. The battery gets me through a full day of meetings, conference calls, and jotting notes as I speak with customers on the phone. When I'm done I can save my notes into folders, and sub folders for easy reference.
When I'm done work I go home and use the 10.1 to listen to Tune In Radio as my family eats dinner, and then later watch a movie with my wife via Amazon Prime or Netflix before going to bed. I can accomplish this on a single charge. So in my experience the battery life is sufficient for my needs.
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