A computer accessory serving as a writing utensil for some other form of marking or shaping to assist in navigating or providing more precision when using touchscreens.
Samsung as expected has taken its Galaxy Note five-inch higher and stretched it out with a 10.1 inch display.
The irony here is that the Sylus was long considered a relic from an era when touchscreens weren’t much cop. To be fair, Samsung has shown, with the 5inch Note.
Galaxy Note 10.1 only has six apps coded for this feature, including an office suite, Polaris, and email, but it’s a start.