Now that the stylus is bundled, you wouldn’t have to hop around in search of a tablet distributor for a stylus. Among other things, this can be great news for an aspiring digital artiste, whose thrive for perfection can be cunning. The side bezel of the Galaxy Tab A offers a secret slot for storing the stylus.
Exploring the Galaxy of Features
Downloading a virtual canvas from the Samsung app store is child’s play. The combination of the stylus and the drawing application (canvas) works with pressure sensitivity. What artists would want the most is draw a picture on the Samsung Galaxy Tab A effortlessly.
The Vast Drawing Canvas
The Samsung Galaxy Tab A has a 1.2GHz quad-core processor, 1.5 Gigabytes of RAM and 16GB ROM, which is expandable up to 128GB ROM. The screen pixel is what makes the tablet an enterprising proposition, even as 768 pixels do well with the 8-inch screen. Draw up a “can you see me” pantomime for your five year old child, and see the magic? The results read a whopping 2048 x 2048 pixels image!
Drawing on the Move
Such is the workload for aspirants that they would have to travel from point to point to meet their schedule. Think about the prospect of adding to your excess baggage, an S-Pen, and the Samsung fold case. Being just 312 Grams, the tablet is lightweight, and all geared up for an extra cushion.
The Alluring Concept Called S Pen
The S Pen stylus actually comes with the note series tablets from Samsung, so it is a surprise to find an exception to that. Can you realize the value of artistic satisfaction anywhere but in the digital world? Among other things, the A in the Galaxy Tab stands for an aspiring artiste whose thrive for meeting creative satisfaction may be beyond imagination.
It is one thing having a stylus as a “good for drawing” companion tool and entirely different having a device which is “good food for nothing.” We should wait to have a hands-on experience with the Samsung Galaxy Tab A and its stylus to understand how well it can be used for drawing.