One of the Galaxy Note 10.1’s more interesting features is its ability to run applications side by side. If you’ve ever used a tablet, this is about the closest we’ve seen to mimicking the traditional desktop experience. By being able to run something such as S Note and a Web browser on the same screen, the Note 10.1 eliminates the need to constantly switch between applications, allowing users to be more productive and efficient.
During our brief time using the feature, we can see multiscreen getting a lot of use from students or during business meetings. Will it be something I constantly use? I’m not sure yet. But as we dive deeper into what the Galaxy Note 10.1 has to offer, we’ll be sure to bring you our final verdict in our full review.