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10 Things the Galaxy Note 8 Can Do



Turn Your Note 8 Into a Computer

Turn Your Note 8 Into a Computer

The Galaxy S8, S9, and Galaxy Note 8 can use an accessory called the DeX Station. This stands for Desktop Expansion. Essentially it's a dock that you can plug your phone into. This dock also has HDMI outputs, USB outputs, USB Type-C, and Ethernet. It turns the operating system into a full-out computer experience you can connect to an HDTV or computer Monitor.

Samsung has created an interface that acts just like Windows or MAC. With floating and resizable windows, a dock, settings and more. Even Microsoft and Adobe partnered with them to create Dex-specific apps like Photoshop, Word, and others. The Note 8 version has more features too, like screen sharing and video chat. Not to mention the 6GB of RAM promise excellent PC-like performance. For those mobile business users on the go, the Galaxy Note 8 can almost turn into a full computer system. Dex is $149 but on sale for $120. 



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  14. Adam V

    09/27/2018 at 8:48 am

    Why does iPhone always get mentioned in these reviews when they are always late to the party? Apple is not a pioneer, they are exceptional at making existing tech work in their devices not creating new technology! So please stop it with iPhone mentions!

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