Schools are getting more high-tech these days and if you’re a student planning to take up medicine in South Korea, Samsung has a tablet right up your alley. The tablet is essentially the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, with the main difference being that this is the Medical Hub Edition, and as its name implies, this particular tablet will come preloaded with medical dictionaries for medical students that they can refer to. The medical apps will also make use of the S Pen feature, allowing students to identify the correct body parts/organs and even color them in. Somehow I can’t help but feel that coloring things in should have been over and done with back when we were 8 or 10, but perhaps this might help with the learning process, who knows? The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 Medical Hub Edition will be priced at ₩799,000 which is around $725 and there is no word if this tablet will be seeing a release outside of South Korea.

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