FAST TABLET, TERRIBLE DESIGN Was looking to upgrade from an Asus 2N1 laptop due to slow speeds and lower RAM; the Galaxy Tab S6 caught my eye. Shipping too awhile longer due to Covid19 but the unit arrived. I did not purchase the $200 keyboard, finding a Fintie cover with backlit keyboard. Funny thing,…… Continue reading Review: Samsung Galaxy Tab S6
Samsung had been my go-to phone since Nokia stopped making forward thinking phones, my first being the Nokia 232, then 9500 Communicator finally the quirky, fun 7380. Then I moved to Samsung, first being the Exhibit, then the Note Edge (which I loved wholeheartedly!). I then bought a Gear S to go with the Edge…… Continue reading Samsung Continues to Disappoint
After two or three years of using a tiny 2 1/2″ downgraded feature phone, I finally was able to upgrade to a 6″ smartphone. I researched and seriously thought of getting a Microsoft Windows Phone, but Microsoft stopped making the Nokia Lumia 1520 (the one I really wanted), so I ended up staying with…… Continue reading Upgraded to Samsung Galaxy Note Edge!
http://reviews.cnet.com/samsung-gear-fit/ Verge.com: The display on the Gear Fit is the real draw: it’s a rectangular, curved AMOLED touchscreen panel with characteristic-for-Samsung vibrant colors and exceptionally wide viewing angles. The curve in the display allows the Fit to conform around your wrist yet still have a large enough screen to make text readable and buttons…… Continue reading Tech Tuesday: Samsung Gear Fit
Samsung partners with Blurb to let users order physical photo albums from the Galaxy S 4 by Laura Hazard Owen Samsung is partnering with self-publishing company Blurb to let users order physical photo albums directly from their Galaxy S 4 phones. The Story Album app comes pre-installed on the Galaxy S 4, Samsung’s new smartphone…… Continue reading Tech Tuesday: Physical Photo Albums from Digital Pictures