Samsung Galaxy Note 2 – My New Gadget

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As an avid apple fan. I have been a long time admirer of apple products. But recently i had enough money and choose the robot keeping the fruit away. I am in need of a phone i had war going inside my head whether it is Apple or Android. Then what the hell, thought of buying a iPad and so its going to be a Droid phone finally

So my choice was clear that it going to be the green robot. So what next? Which phone?

Samsung HTC Motorola Micromax? Whoa.. Lot to choose from.

Finally broke down to Samsung Grand. So when i comparing features in Grand i had a indefinite love to the worlds best droid phone the Samsung Note 2. But after some googling put a Credit Card EMI on Samsung Galaxy note 2 and purchased it online.

What does this beast has?

1. S Pen Stylus – This is the amazing feature of this beast. It nearly does some magic which will raise your friends eyebrows with text coming from their mouth is WOW!

Drawing anything you think of and share it with anything. Inclusion of this drawing with Calendar, Drawing Maps, drawing with photos make this device much more cooler.

2. The next big question you wanna answer when someone sees your Note2 is “How do you keep that phone in your pocket” And the answer is “Yeah it is kinda big but it definitely fit in your jean packet”. When considering the features the Big Size thing is worth.

3. Camera – Is just awesome with 8 MP worth for a phone.

4. Excellent screen resolution makes your phone look like a Tablet.

5. Everything is Big. Isn’t that enough for you guys. Camera, Photos, Videos, Websites that really makes my iPod very smaller when i hold it.

6. Then comes the big thing with Android Ice-cream Sandwich. It has its own awesomeness.

Full Specifications

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Samsung galaxy Note 2 Worth as your 11th finger.

The Backpack

So now a days rate of digital equipment’s for person increasing at exponential rate. Where people carry machines like work phone, personal phone, iPod, office laptop,  personal laptop, a tablet and the list goes on. So i measure these gadgets in backpack with the length of the wires that they need to use these silicon machines. Probably my digital equipment measure is 25meters/backpack(That includes my dell charger, macbook pro charger, iPod Touch cables, Samsung Android cables, A spike buster).

Last week a backpack fiasco emerged after Steve Wozniak(Steve Jobs friend who cofounded Apple) opened his backpack to the whole world of what he carries in it. After seeing his backpack you can absolutely say this guy is a tech-loving-silicon-friendly-mobile-fanatic-digital-freak. This guy carries around a ton of digital crap with a lot of iOS and android in it. I can measure his digital equipment rate as 500meters/backpack.

So this is his comment on his backpack

Steve Wozniak

Some mornings I open my email and I receive something incredible like this: the awesome contents of Steve Wozniak’s backpack. What you see above (click to expand) is just his charging setup—there’s even more! Here’s Woz to explain it himself—J.

You might think this is abnormal for me but, to the contrary, it’s customary.

Every extension cord and USB adapter and USB cable shown here I carry all the time in my backpack with a few exceptions:

• one Belkin AC tripler with dual USB I carry in my suitcase
• one dual USB adapter is from Janet’s travel stuff
• Canon battery charger is carried in the camera bag
• firewire HD I carry in my suitcase
• Verizon 3G mifi adapter (standard micro USB screws up this mifi, have to use their awkward connecter)

Almost every USB cable is retractable.

Every device shown, I carry in my pockets or in my backpack all the time except:

• 2 iPhones, an iPod nano and an iPad belonging to Janet.

Some people ask how heavy my backpack is. There are a lot more things in my backpack including

• the AirPort Express and MacBook Pro 85W magsafe adapter, which are out of sight in this photo,
• bluetooth mouse,
• binoculars,
• projector connectors,
• multiple Gameboy Lights (a Gameboy sold in Japan but never in the U.S.),
• Gameboy link cables,
• plenty of foreign AC adapters,
• prism glasses for watching movies in bed,
• sunglasses,
• earplugs for concerts,
• Ultimate Ears UE18 earplugs for flights,
• Gameboy link cable,
• tons of pencils for pencil games on flights,
• tons of pens,
• tons of sharpies,
• tons of paint pens (signing),
• red-blue-purple-yellow-green laser pointers,
• credit cards,
• hotel cards,
• airline cards,
• hard rock card,
• medical cards,
• small accessories like olloclip iPhone lens adapter,
• Square,
• flash keys,
• flash media adapters,
• cigarette lighter dual USB adapter,
• audio doubler cable,
• iPad USB/SD Card adapters,
• toiletries for hotels,
• batteries of many types (AA, AAA, CR2, CR128, odder types for things like my bag beeper for locating my suitcase)
• eyedrops,
• $2 bill pads,
• pencil puzzles,
• itineraries for upcoming travel…

I usually say that my backpack weighs 50 pounds. I’m not sure but I have to carry it every step through airports. I’m sure that I’m shorter now than before and I don’t walk as fast. Everything has its place in my backpack.

Sometimes TSA takes a long time unpacking it. A couple of times they asked me to take out everything electronic and I asked for seven bins, all of which I filled (only 2 half-size), plus my MacBook Pro, plus the bag. All of that through the X-ray machine. Then repack it.

Nothing in my backpack goes unused, although the bluetooth mouse is close.

So whats yours?