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Samsung Adding S Pen Stylus To The Next Generation Galaxy Tab?

In an interview with LAPTOP Magazine, Samsung product marketing manager Ryan Bidan says that having a pen interface similar to what we see with the Galaxy Note "continues to make a lot of sense across a number of screen sizes," but won't go so far as to say that the next 10.1-inch Tab will have a stylus. Still, the possibility has many all a-buzz with the possibility. I wouldn't be sad to see a small stylus like the Note's come with the next Tab as I'm a fan of stylii in general.

N-Trig vs. Wacom: A Dual Digitizer Duel

Last month, I had the good fortune to have tested two slates, the HTC Flyer and Fujitsu Stylistic Q550, with pen + touch digitizers from the same vendor: N-Trig...
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HTC Flyer Review: The Rough Edges

I have, as I hope my ongoing review has conveyed, enjoyed my time with the HTC Flyer immensely. But of course, no device is perfect, and the Flyer has not been ...

Live HTC Flyer Review: Mobile Enough?

During my live, as in ongoing and on-the-job, review of the HTC Flyer, mobility and portability were vital to getting my job done. I was in the air and on the m...

Live HTC Flyer Review: Video on the Go

With front- and rear-mounted cameras, the HTC Flyer begs to be used for capturing and sharing video. As luck would have it, that's exactly what I was tasked to ...

Live HTC Flyer Review: Inking Experience

As an ink blogger, the feature I've been most enthusiastic about testing on the HTC Flyer is ink. The Flyer is designed for pen input in a way unlike other pen ...

Live HTC Flyer Review: First Impact

As you may have already seen, I am now evaluating the HTC Flyer, a 7" Android tablet with a twist - active pen input. That makes it of special interest to me, S...

I don’t have an iPad. Am I alone?

So we've heard from Chris about how he's no longer using his iPad, and from Warner about how he's using his iPad more and more. Seems like a straight point-coun...