(Steve Jobs) It's like we said on the iPad, if you see a stylus, they blew it.
jobs wrong about stylus
Samsung Proves Jobs Wrong With Pen-Tab
Samsung’s new Galaxy Note proves that a stylus -- or pen, as the company insists on referring to it -- can be useful and even fun, especially for scrawling an on-screen annotation or for creative types who want to dash off a quick sketch on its 5.3-inch screen.
Yeah. I don't see the point of the stylus. Just something else you gotta keep track of. And so what if there's multi levels of pressure. I'd only see that beneficial for graphic designers and I don't think that's their target demographic with this. At least, I hope not.
Stylus is just for taking notes and drawing
what I don't see the point of is a Beta version of Siri
Moreover, I never could overcome feeling self-conscious about holding something that large to my ear. While a headset is almost an absolute requirement for the Galaxy Note, it doesn’t come with so much as a set of wired ear buds.
funny fanboys bash the stylus but fail to mention:
- work 2 apps side by side
- SD upgradable to additional 32gb
so you have to spend more money and carry around more hardware. greatYou can use SD cards with an iPad as well FYI with the camera connection kit.
You know its bad when girls say "Omg, Apple just introduced new technology called 4g on the iPad"
Apple just keeps getting samsunged
Unless I'm getting a piece of the profit that allows me to live like MC Hammer (circa 1991), I don't give a fuck about Apple, Google, Samsung, Microsoft sales.
Code:Originally Posted by Timvp Hanging yourself by your junk puts you into a separate category.
Anyways I'm still not sold on tablets (for myself). Can't beat the Laptop/Smartphone combo for me, especially with laptops being even lighter/portable nowadays.
Apple sales. ....just shows how many idiot buyers like mediocre products.
I will say this, I love having a stylus. One of my most used apps is Asus' supernote. It is perfect because I type substantially faster than I write, so I can type out my notes, but when I get to equations, or the greeks, or graphs, I can just use my stylus to enter it. I have been wanting windowed apps ever since I got a tablet. It's just faster. I was really happy when some devs started incorporating Cornerstone into CM9 for the Touchpad. I know that I would not use the multi pressure stuff, but I am not an artist. I can see how that would be fantastic for those types.
It sells more because its the best overall experience. period.
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