This is a different implementation though, with the tool wheel.
You then see all the content you have stored in the different categories
It collects whatever you want and collects it so you can see it all in one place
I do like that you can return to the source by clicking the link button. That's some handy bookmarking.
S Finder is a workaround for universal search...how about just including universal search?
A new S Note - write easily, edit freely, view from anywhere
Oh thank goodness there's a new S Note.
Whatever you save goes to Evernote, you get a premium account for free for 12 months
The interface does look a little cleaner. One main issue I had was that you can't set a default for a blank page, for instance.
Partnering with Evernote's to give owners premium service for up to 12 months is a fantastic move.
Has a 5.7-inch, full HD Super OMLED screen
Drag and drop is another stylus tool.
New Multi-window: drag and drop the same app in two windows
The Note 3's screen has a higher pixel density than the Note 2.
Multi window is kind of cool, but the apps you could use was limited since developers have to specialize the app for this feature.
Demoing the multi-window, dragging content from one Chat window to the other. The audience applauds!
Pen window: for quicker and simpler tasks
I think multi window works really well for referencing the Web while working on an email, for instance.
You have to draw a box around things to select them. Does a rhumbus work too, I wonder?
Showing drawing a box on the phone to automatically add together a list of expenses
Here's some workflow: Launch Air Command, launch calculator. It floats on the screen and you can dismiss it. That's a really good use case.
Note 3 has My Magazine: pulls together feeds into something pretty
So in sum, it sounds like there's a little bit of a learning curve you have to surmount, especially since the S Pen does some screenshots and other stuff when you press the button.
Also Multi Vision: for group play
You join several Notes together for a massive screen
My Magazine, the HTC Blinkfeed redux, rolls out first in the US and then globally.
Multi Vision sounds great in theory, but in practice, isn't that a bit like the Kyocera Echo with its double screen? Nobody really likes that.
Head of the Think Tank team, Pranav Mistry is on stage