If there are countries that want to pretend directly copying a product itself isn't illegal, there's nothing illegal about copying an ad…
Well I was assuming the poster was referring to an ad that only aired in Korea (can't remember much more details actually) that was purportedly a direct copy of the Apple Ad but with Samsung products and asian children instead of the other way around. I'm not sure if this is even true, I was just giving them the premise and assuming they were correct.
I'm actually with you on the fact that while the majority of their ads may be negative, juvenile, and basically misleading, don't actually replicate any Apple ads word for word. They do replicate the products and the packaging and some of the marketing like signage etc.
Does the other panorama take less time? Or is pushing a button repeatedly better than holding it down?
It's the super panorama mode. The software pans out to include people not included in the original shots.
Mildly curious: why wouldn't you want a holster ? It really helps make having / using the pen easier, even if you bought it later.
(My favorite feature of one of the HTC phones, was that its pen was held in magnetically. This also served as a sensor. If you pulled out the pen when the phone was off or in a call, it would automatically start up the note taking app. Very clever.)
Samsung just announced an 8' Galaxy Note, using the same S-Pen/digitizer as their smaller 5" Note. As you've already mentioned Soli, I don't look at it as a general use tablet that will attract most mainstream users either. But it may appeal to some specialized segment of the market.