Samsung Galaxy Note® Pro 12.2 64GB (Wi-Fi), WhiteSM-P9000ZWFXAR
Rated 4.7 out of 5Â by 263 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Menace123 Samsung electronics are best! Samsung smartphones and tablets are the best! Best style, quality, features and dependability. Compared to all other similar devices, Samsung stands tallest. I have been really enjoying the Samsung Galaxy Note products. April 28, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5Â by TabletJunkie55 Favorite tablet ever! I needed a new Android tablet to replace my previous one. Really liked the features I saw online on this tablet. After getting it and working with it, I continue to be more and more impressed with it! I use it for work, home, church and play and have not run into anything I can't do well on it. April 26, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5Â by BOTIN good tablet one of the best tablets I ever have fast and easy to use,the only thing I don't like is that take to long to charged. they should make like the galaxy s5 phone that its charge real fast April 26, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5Â by goose206 Excellent Hardware - Magazine UI is a waste of space I love using android because it can be customized to suite my needs. I have had two generations of Galaxy Note phones, and I've loved them, so I thought this would be the perfect tablet. As expected, the hardware is excellent - fast, responsive, beautiful, nice screen, and the s-pen is great for taking notes and drawing. My one complaint about the product is that the Magazine UI cannot be deactivated. There are only a handful of apps that are compatible with the UI, all of which pale in comparison to apps on the google play marketplace, so I find myself not using the Magazine UI at all. It really is just a waste of space, and I wish I could remove it from my home screen without having to load a different launcher program to hide it. This device is supposed to be for power users, and those users demand customization to match their workflows. Magazine UI prevents this. In short, Samsung is great at hardware - this tablet is much better than my wife's ipad. I love android because of the customization aspect, however, and the Magazine UI takes a little of that away, which is disappointing. I hope that Samsung will allow us to remove the Magazine UI in future updates. April 24, 2015
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