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This sponsored video shows the creative potential of the all-new Galaxy Note 10.1. It features a selection of the world’s greatest creators: Leonardo da Vinci, Jane Austen, Pablo Picasso and Edmund Hillary. All of these ‘greats’ had one thing in common─the pen! I just watched the video all the way through, and it’s quite interesting to watch. You can view it for yourself below…
The new GALAXY Note 10.1 comes complete with the ‘S Pen’ and a myrid of other features, too. These extra features include: writing (Hand Writing to Text, S-Note), discovering (Learning Hub), painting (Adobe Photoshop Touch), exploring (Shape Match) or inventing (Wolfram Alpha).
The first type of modern pen ever used is the reed pen; cut from papyrus plants, sedge, or bamboo, it stores a reservoir of fluid in its hollow interior. (Encyclopaedia Britannica). The Galaxy Note comes with the S Pen, enabling writing and drawing just like with a normal pen. It’s pressure sensitive, and when turned around it acts like an eraser.
Do you want to find out more about this phone? You can learn more about the Samsung Galaxy note here.
Leonardo da Vinci wrote most of his personal notes by using “mirror writing”. The purpose of this practice by Leonardo remains unknown, though several possibilities have been suggested. By watching the video carefully you can have a sneak peak at the way the historical figures organise their Galaxy Note 10.1 based on their interests. For example while the explorer Edmund Hillary has a shortcut to maps, Picasso has shortcuts to the Gallery and Camera.