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November 3, 2012 by admin Filed under Blog
Skething on my Note 10.1 while coffee cake is baking.
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I take it the Note does well with sketching? Any pressure sensitivity?
Yup! Wacom digitizer with 1024 levels of sensitivity.
well done its very good
haha nice running rock king!i like your name as well =D
Hi, +Jenn Drozd! Happy to meet another member of the "they can't pronounce our name" guild. 🙂
This is so awesome! I have a question, if you don't mind me asking. Another one about Samsungs Note 10.1. You haven't talked much about the multitasking feature, and working with two windows on one page. (or if you have I missed it, because I was listening to your LIA segment on paperless studios and got about 2/3 of the way through before realizing it was after midnight)
I love the idea of using the multitasking for gesture drawing with pixelovely's gesture drawing tool (if you haven't seen it yet, it's a pretty great life drawing tool that lets you have tons of random photos of your picked subject in the same way a life drawing model will switch poses every two minutes or so)
Have you used this feature much, yet? If you have, what do you think of it? It's one of the biggest reasons I'm saving up for one. I'd love to compare notes, so to speak, once I get my own!
Ah, yes! Multitasking with two apps at once does indeed work pretty well on the Note, but here's the catch: only a handful of apps support this feature as of this writing. So far you can only do this with the Samsung included apps like S Note, Browser, S Calendar, the Samsung Video Player, and I believe the Samsung Music App.
So it has the promise of true simultaneous multi-app ability, but it's kind of hamstrung right now by the limited range of apps you can use with it. I read somewhere that more apps will support this soon, possibly with the new OS upgrade that's due before year's end. As soon as I know about it, I'll share it here.