Samsung Galaxy Note 8 ( AT&T)
Unfortunately, even in a more hypercompetitive tablet market, AT&T follows Samsung's lead too closely and charges an arm and a leg for its version of the Note 8 -- $500 contract free (with a $25 monthly charge) or $400 when you sign up for a two year...
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 ( White)
Editors' note: Because of recent increased competition in the small- tablet space, we've lowered the Note 8's performance score from 8 to 7. The overall score was also lowered from 7.8 to 7.7. Its star rating is unaffected.
alaTest has collected and analyzed 2743 reviews from magazines and websites. Opinions about the touch screen and portability are on the whole positive. The responsiveness and screen also get good feedback. There are some mixed views about the...
Owner Ratings & Reviews
‘‘Definately a great purchase...’’
I picked up the Note 8.0 in September 2013, shortly after it was released. I think it was well worth the money that I spent. The S-Pen is a very useful tool that you don't really think about until you...
Blkdgg on 2013-12-12
‘‘Compact, powerful, portable.’’
I bought this device to take on a trip so I could stay connected with my work and family. It does all that and more. I am very satisfied. I am just learning to use all its potential.
Kipper on 2013-12-12
‘‘I never leave home without it.’’
I take it everywhere with me - to school, to a dentist's appointment, to a friend's house, etc. It holds all my essays and documents and keeps me on track with my tasks. I jot down my ideas and doodle...
tokkiying on 2013-12-11
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