Big-note arrangements of a dozen megahits from Ms. Swift: Back to December * Begin Again * Enchanted * I Almost Do * I Knew You Were Trouble * Mean * Mine * Red * Starlight * Stay Stay Stay * Today Was a Fairytale * We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together.
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Soccer isn’t just a sport its a fun and healthy way of life. Share that energy when you correspond with your friends and loved ones. A set includes eight note cards, each with our soccer champion on the front. The inside is blank and provides ample space for you to share your thoughts and feelings. Cards in the set are folded 5 1/2 in. by 4 1/4 in., are accompanied by 8 envelopes and come in a crystal clear plastic box. Namaste – Art In Joy
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Samsung’s Galaxy Note has a 5.3-inch Super AMOLED screen, a dual-core processor, the Gingerbread version of Android–and a stylus. Here’s a hands-on look at the smartphone.
We took the leaked Android 4.0 ICS ROM for the Samsung Galaxy Note for a spin. Find out more about it and how to install it here: blog.gsmarena.com
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Samsung Galaxy Note: 1 Month Later (Review) My initial impression of the Galaxy Note when it was announced was that it was laughably big. The phone/tablet hybrid was introduced as big smartphone displays were becoming the norm. But having gotten used to devices in the 4-inch range, I just couldn’t fathom using the Note’s oversized 5.3-inch screen as my daily driver. How I was wrong. After nearly a month of use, every other smartphone experience literally pales in comparison. Even the HTC Titan, which I’ve sung the praises of before, takes some getting used to because the screen is so much smaller. Browsing, messaging, watching video and using apps is that much better on the Galaxy Note because there’s so much screen real estate. And my biggest apprehension, the portability, is an absolute non-factor. It’s easy to use, talk on and isn’t an issue in my pocket. Continue reading: tchno.be For more tech goodness, check us out at: www.technobuffalo.com Follow Us on Twitter www.twitter.com Like Us on Facebook: www.facebook.com Check Us Out on Google + tchno.be Inside My Mind: www.youtube.com
I’ve had the Galaxy Note for 11 days now, and for the most part, I’ve gotten used to the size. It’s a behemoth of a phone, but the size no longer bothers me. It’s big, and it’s not going to get any smaller. I’m still having some trouble typing on it, but have accepted that my speeds are going to be slower as I work to reach across the device. It doesn’t sound like it would translate into a noticeable speed difference – and it doesn’t when you’re typing short messages. Anything longer than 10 words, and it’s noticeable to me. It continues to be a great conversation starter; today, I was stopped and asked about it as I picked up a sandwich for lunch. I switched over to the AT&T version, which offers some slightly different specs like 4G LTE connectivity and a 1.5 GHz dual-core Snapdragon processor in place of the Exynos chip that’s found in the international version. User experiences will vary, but in a total reversal from past experiences, I’ve found the AT&T Galaxy Note to be faster than the international Note. Transitions appear to be more smooth, and browser performance is slightly better. I’ll be very interested to see how battery life is given the toll LTE usually takes (and the fact that the battery remains at 2500 mAh). Stay tuned! Facebook: www.facebook.com Twitter: www.twitter.com Win Free Phones: instantwin.phonedog.com
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Here is Lisa Gade’s in-depth review of the Samsung Galaxy Note Android smartphone. The Note has a 5.3″, 1280 x 800 pixel Super AMOLED HD display and it runs on a 1.4GHz dual core Exynos CPU. We look at the international GSM unlocked version that has 3G/4G HSPA+ 21Mbps on the AT&T bands.
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