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Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite: Tablet with S-Pen for creative users

The 10.4-inch mainstream tablet Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite is the small brother of the tablet flagship Galaxy Tab S6, but only half as expensive with starting prices of 379 Euros. The digital input pen Samsung S-Pen is still part of the “small” Galaxy Tab package.

Samsung’s mainstream tablet Galaxy Tab S6 Lite is primarily designed for users that want to capture creative ideas immediately without any pieces of paper. The digital input pen S-Pen is therefore always part of the package, similar to the more expensive and much more powerful Galaxy Tab S6. The latter is also equipped with a Super AMOLED screen, while the Lite version only gets a TFT display.

You can use the S-Pen to navigate the menus, which also helps to avoid fingerprints on the display. It supports 4096 pressure levels and allows the creation very fine and precise drawings or sketches.

Users that want to start using the S Pen, but do not really know how, should test the preloaded apps PenUp and Notes. PenUp offers numerous pictures and templates you can draw and paint, while Notes acts as a digital notepad.

The S-Pen can be mounted at the right side of the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite. The connection is pretty solid and is also maintained when you move the tablet around a bit faster or lift it up.

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Manuel Masiero, 2020-06-18 (Update: 2020-06-16)
Manuel Masiero
Editor of the original article: Manuel Masiero - Review Editor
In 1986, when I had annoyed my parents long enough, they finally bought me a C64 that I had seen at a friend's place - and immediately knew that this was what I wanted. Since then, the fascination for computers has never left me and basically I tinker with everything I can get my hands on. From the C64 to the Amiga 500 and a hugely uncool IBM computer with 8088 CPU (and green IBM monochrome monitor!) in the early 90s, the list grew longer and longer. The current projects are called PC, Tablet and Smartphone.
Andreas Osthoff
Translator: Andreas Osthoff - Managing Editor Business Notebooks
I grew up with computers and modern consumer electronics. I am interested in the technology since I had my first computer, a Commodore C64, and started building my own PCs after that. My focus here at Notebookcheck is the business segment including mobile workstations, but I also like to test new mobile devices. It is always a great experience to review and compare new products. My free time is filled with a lot of sports, in the summer mainly on my bike.