Hello, I'm looking for tablet; I will only use it to make digital notes during class. I've done some extensive searching and the Note 10.1 seems to be what I'm looking for -- multi-tasking, large screen to work on and a very sensitive pen whose input (regular text and most important of all: equations) is correctly "digitalized". However, a few questions: a) am I correct in these assumptions? I'm not asking for a lot, I just need a tablet that can flawlessly keep up with me, can convert my input correctly and can sync with some sort of application online. b) Would there be a note 10.1 2 in the near future? That is: less than 2 months. Summer for the new Wacom tablet is too long of a wait. c) Should I buy a note 8 instead? I prefer a 10 inch screen, but the 10.1 is already a year old and I am concerned I would be buying outdated hardware. One review says: " ... an 8-inch tablet that offers all the features of the Note 10.1 and ostensibly none of its issues. It has a faster processor, a newer version of Android". However, they point back to a 10.1 review in which Android 4 was used. I've read that 4.1 supposedly makes the 10.1 faster et cetera, but is that just marketing talk or is it really noticeable? I.e.: even though I prefer a 10 inch, should I buy the 8 because it is more recent and supposedly has less flaws than the 10.1? I have also considerd a Surface Pro but at 900$ that is too expensive. See my next post for the filled in template.