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VERY PLEASED !!!,
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This review is from: Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1-inch - (White, Wi-Fi) (Personal Computers)
Having had the smaller samsung tablet and absolutly loved it apart from the size which was a bit too small I decided to upgrade to the samsung galaxy tab3 10.1
I was amazed that although the tablet was bigger it was actually lighter. Which makes a good difference to me with arthritic fingers. The set up was quick and easy once you have charged the battery up, the manual which you can download and save to documents in polaris office is self explanatary.
I notice on other reviews that there is a complaint of 'lagging' well depending on how much of a hurry you are in its not all that bad its just a bit of a male thing its got get geared up to get cracking, seconds literally. Not worth worrying about, if there is anything that annoyed me it was that one review said their postage was free so why was I charged postage??? The screen is a lovely size and clear, I have down loaded books from good old kindle, my music, photos ect with no probs. One review said you cannot copy and paste all I can say is if you cannot find the answer in the manual ask google who has helped me many times , and there I found the answer to copy and paste. If you download the app ''CLIPPER-CLIPBOARD MANAGER'' then LONG PRESS ON THE ITEM you want to copy ....go back to the clipboard and LONG PRESS ON IT your item appears at the top of the page, tap on it and tap save at the top of the page. Sorted well I was anyway. If you were expecting this tablet to have the multi tray it dosent I did at lot of research before I bought this and after watching a utube video thought I got one with a multi tray but obviously I was watching the wrong one. Really unless you can multi task unlike me I can't see the point of looking at two screens at once unless of course its being used in the office then It may be handy. There is no point in me going over what others that go before me have written as what they said sold the tablet to me in the first place. But confused if you are like I was over connecting a printer to the tablet you do need a wifi one couldnt get my head round that one thought a printer was a printer so thought you just connected it up and away you go wrong!!! It wont work its GOT to be a wifi of which there is a nice neat one in curry's for £39.99 and I got areally nice cover for my tablet in hotpink from ebay fro £5.99 why pay more
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Initial post: 5 Feb 2014 16:16:06 GMT
R. L. Sratt says:
"if there is anything that annoyed me it was that one review said their postage was free so why was I charged postage???"
There are many different sellers, some fullfilled by amazon some not. Amazon can be one of these sellers but when they are out of stock these other sellers take over. Now if it is not fulfilled by amazon then more than likely you will have to pay postage. This other person must have bought from a different seller to you.
Posted on 18 May 2014 21:20:20 BDT
I am relatively new to tablets,can anyone tell me if when. WiFi linked to printer I will be able to. Print docs, downloads tec.
In reply to an earlier post on 14 Jun 2014 16:29:33 BDT
Peter Voice says:
You can print to wifi printers with no problems.
Posted on 30 Nov 2014 04:01:32 GMT
Hiya I love what you wrote,just wanted to say if you want to print without WiFi on Amazon or ebay you can buy a adapter that goes into your tablet which has the same end as your charger and has a u.s.b on the other end which your printer should go in to and you can also put a u.s.b memory stick into so if you don't have a printer you can take it to the library and print it there,my kids use it for homework tooUSB A 2.0 female to Micro USB B male Cable Adapter,the adapter was about 99p hope this helps 😊
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