Samsung has launched its latest smart device, the Galaxy Note, a 5.3-inch behemoth smartphone (or tiny tablet) that the Korean giant is claiming will replace your phone, tab, camera, notepad (the paper sort) and yes, your pen.
The Galaxy Note is an Android Gingerbread slate with a Super AMOLED display at a high-res 1280x800 resolution, powered by zippy 1.4GHz dual-core chip and 1GB of RAM.
It does indeed come with a stylus, but before you turn away in disgust, think HTC Flyer rather than those Windows Mobile phones of yore – Samsung's S-Pen note-taking tech means it should be a highly responsive, user-friendly process.
Other specs include a super-slim 9.65mm depth, eight-megapixel camera with LED flash and a two-megapixel front-facer for video calls.
The Galaxy Note will support LTE and HSPA+ high-speed internet for both the US and the rest of the world (that's us!), but the launch date is yet to be revealed.