Samsung has a tablet that is particularly suited to students pursuing medicine. The Galaxy Note 10.1 Medical Hub Edition is still the Galaxy Note 10.1 device the company had launched last year with a few additional pre-loaded apps like the Mobile Medical Dictionary.
“The medical edition is a must for medical students with all the medical dictionaries, human anatomy drawing reference, anatomy drill, and practice textbooks, and others available as basic options. The medical resources cover 9 latest editions of dictionaries, such as range from Glossary of Medical Terms,” the company stated in a press release.
The limited edition version of the tablet has been priced 799,000 in South Korea, which comes to around $730. Samsung is also offering a book cover or a Bluetooth keyboard at no additional costs with every purchase of the limited edition tablet before the end of April.
The rest of the tablet specs remain the same. These comprise of a 1.4 GHz Exynos Quad-Core chip, 2 GB of RAM, a 7,000mAh battery, and Android 4.1 as the OS. The tablet also includes stylus support, along with a host of apps centered around the stylus, which makes the device ideal for the student community.
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