Samsung Compares Galaxy Note 10.1 to New Apple iPad

March 8, 2012

Apple took a cheap shot at Samsung during “the New iPad” press conference yesterday when they used a Galaxy Tab 10.1 to negatively show how poorly the official Twitter App looks on Android tablets. Now, Samsung is fighting back by putting out their own infographic thats point out what the third generation iPad is missing compared to the recently announced Galaxy Note 10.1. Much of the points focus on the Galaxy Note 10.1′s multi-window multitasking capability and S Pen integration.

While these features are appealing on a large screened tablet, Samsung conveniently leaves out all the advantages the new iPad has over the Galaxy Note 10.1 – like the A5X dual-core processor with quad-core graphics, 2048 x 1536 HD resolution Retina display and the 5 megapixel iSight camera with 1080p video capture. We posted our own comparison chart of the two tablets below, which focuses on the core specs that most consumers are probably after. The iPad 2 and Asus Transformer Pad Infinity 700 series are along for the ride as well.

Source: TechRadar, SlashGear

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