A while back ago I bought a new battery for my Note 3, on a lark I searched for a battery for my original Note. It hade been dead for at least eight years, and since a new battery was in the vicinity of $12 I thought "why not". To my surprise it booted. The things that ran on it though was like struggling through molasses in full camping gear mode. Hadn't really expected anything else to be honest. So I got rid of almost everything on it. But to my surprise S-Notes, the original, still worked. I mean feature wise it was atrocious compared to what we get today. But it had that sturdy reliable metallic heft to it when holding it. No wobble when holding it and writing. Since it is wider than my Note 3 it is more comfortable and efficient when scribbling short notes. I've discovered that it is a surprising useful companion when running around a library to check footnotes or looking for odd references. Just walk away from the whole cubicle setup, scribble some thoughts, maybe take a snapshot of the text or book or ISBN, all integrated in one easy note. Back in my cubicle I can share it with OneNote and from there make use of it in whatever project I'm working on. Would I prefer if I could just sync it through to the present day Samsung Notes and have it available on my Tab 6 Lite? Absolutely, but that process is even more burdensome than going the route through OneNote. Neither as reliable. So if you have an old device laying around it might be useful to ponder if it can be repurposed as a specialty device. Alas, I feel the need to apologize for starting a thread on a device that has gone the route of a Monty Python parrot, but I did wade through 50 pages in the Samsung section and all I could find was a single thread on the S-Pen, but plenty of Ativ 7 and Ativ 500T, or something along those lines. Apparently a phone with a stylus was not something that gabbed the board's attention in those days.