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Talk To The Pen

With its U.S. debut of the Galaxy Note 10.1 this week, Samsung has made a move to bring back pen computing, believing it holds the key to content creation on tablets. But, cooler than the Note's default S Pen, which gets its power wirelessly from the screen, Samsung also offers the BT S Pen, a Bluetooth 3.0 version of the pressure-sensitive stylus that doubles as a wireless headset. That's right. With three hours of talk time and 130 hours of standby, the BT S Pen stands ready to fulfill its note-taking and sketching duties and take your phone calls too.

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