Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 in the prestigious British Royal Collection

For some reason in the Royal Collection of Queen Elizabeth II will eventually be added a Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 as more worthy exemplar of the category of the tablet, instead of what most would choose, that is an iPad.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1

For heaven’s sake, nothing against the fantastic Galaxy Note 10.1, is a contraption exceptional and unusual, but as the Royal Collection should bring together all kinds of good indicative of our time to keep for posterity, perhaps the famous Apple product would be the more evident choice. But the British rarely think like you would expect. The Note¬†10.1 will support the time capsule as a media device. Sixty were selected content packages consist of photos or movies from all over the world. The videos were shot for the occasion by private individuals but are also fragments of actuality, as the marriage of William and Kate clashed in the streets of 2011 London.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 front

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 front

The collection will serve to celebrate 60 years of the reign of Elizabeth II. It will not be the only technological object that will be present which also means preserving the memory of more “old-fashioned” devices such as CDs and DVDs, whole PC and other significant examples of technology. Perhaps the reason for the choice of the Samsung Galaxy Note II is its openness to creativity. With its S Pen pressure sensitivity no other device embodies so much a fusion of ancient and modern, practical and artistic. What were the reasons for such a decision, however, was certainly not a matter of price.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 back

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 back

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