I'm Galaxy Note 1 user and initially wanted a 10 inch tablet buy as "secretary". The much better general functions (Internet research) and the fantastic screen have then led me, however, to buy the 12.2 LTE. A fantastic, very versatile device. It does not replace my two laptops, but is so versatile that I no longer want to be without it again. In lectures and meetings I have been working with the pen and can silently to require all essential to hold paperless. The office functions are all stored in tip top shape and with its own templates, so I can write letters immediately, without having to boot up a laptop and need to load the programs. Something there were problems when I had to buy a new printer. On my old wireless printer everything ran smoothly. The new printers are unfortunately respect now "switched" Android on e-print and print-i. A small additional app (the app store to purchase for about 10 euros) solved the probem then very satisfactory. However, this does not work on the "Print menu-point" in the Office. One "prints" by "send" selects and then select the printer. For the phone features I have a Sim from simquadrat in use, which includes a free landline number and a mobile number. When I travel, I hang up the landline phone call forwarding. Everything works perfectly. E-mail collects messages from 2 e-mail accounts and possibly of calls that I could not accept. - A small mind mapping program provides me Overview (am very visually oriented). Calendar and task functions are very good and really good to use because of the large screen and the fact that the device is immediately "on". I have all the automations off (synchronization, WiFi, etc. etc.) and work mostly in Offline or power conservation and "sleep mode" of the device. This works great and saves battery. I invite very rarely. Movies I do not look at, only videos related to news. However, I have my Amazon the audiobook app (Audible) and corresponding audio books downloaded (goes great in the background). The Amazon music app I have downloaded and loaded me appropriate music down. With a small USB 3 hub (about 20 euros) you have additional interfaces. Meanwhile, I have also bought myself a keyboard. When writing was annoying with the lack of umlauts and the one-finger typing on the soft keyboard. After certain research, I have decided to use the expensive Logitech keyboard. Important to me was that the buttons "perfectly" function, the Bluetooth connection is kept permanently and that the case is thin. After installtion Deutsche keyboard also does everything without problems and you can write very well with 10 fingers and blind. The sound quality of the tablet is very good and clear. Sometimes I stream music via Bluetooth to mobile Harman-Kardon boxes. All this happens without problems. Am completely satisfied with this machine and would buy it again.