The Samsung Galaxy Note is a bit of an odd duck. It's bigger than a smartphone, smaller than a tablet, and has a stylus. While I don't hate the stylus like Steve Jobs did, it is one more thing to loose, and based on the number of Nintendo 3DS styluses that I have bought, they will be go missing at a surprisingly rapid rate. That said, a stylus is a heck of a lot better than a flat, small virtual keyboard to taking notes, and it's better than a fingertip for drawing...if that's what you use your tablet for. The size is good in some ways (hey, what a nice big screen) not so good in others (hmmm, do I have a pocket big enough to carry it in).
The ability to take notes in a natural fashion does make it more attractive, but that's a heck of an expensive way to replace a legal pad and bic pen. Does the Galaxy Note offer enough to make it appeal to enterprise users, or is it just a slightly larger screen to watch Netflix on?