Hoping to inspire tablet users to create more
content with their devices, Samsung introduced a stylus-based tablet,
called the Galaxy Note 10.1, which the company touts as more interactive
than the market-leading Apple iPad.
"We are gong to redefine tablets. People like to lean back to
surf the Web. We all love doing that, but we think something is missing.
What if there was a tablet to release your creativity? What if there
was a tablet that made writing personal? That tablet is here," said Tim
Baxter, president of Samsung Electronics America, at the U.S. launch
event Wednesday. The tablet will be available Thursday across the U.S.