Users can drag two, three or four apps out of the tablet's Multi-Window drawer, which is accessed by swiping in from the right side of the screen. We were lucky to get the Note Pro with a mouse and keyboard, so using Remote PC was fairly straightforward and worked as well as you'd expect on a tablet.
Productivity software Samsung packed a plethora of productivity-boosting apps into the Note Pro. If you've never tried controlling a PC remotely, the experience is certainly strange, but the Note Pro does it just about as well as anything else.
From there you can either drag apps and snap them in sections on the homescreen, or open up popup windows, making them look like a browser window you'd see on a PC.
And probably longer if you only perform typical tasks, such as Web browsing and email.
The Note Pro is also larger than another tablet billed as a laptop replacement, Microsoft's You May Also Like.
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