Friday, February 24, 2012

Check out my Samsung Slate 7. And you thought Galaxy Note or Galaxy Tab2 were the best deals?

Samsung Slate 7 series is here to rock the Tablet World. If you thought Galaxy Note and Galaxy Tab2 were the best deals - think again - Samsung Slate 7 is here to surprise you!







Following are the details of the Samsung Slate 7, that I have:


Model
Samsung Slate 7 Series
CPU
Dual-core 1.6-GHz Intel Core i5-2467M low-voltage processor
Operating System
Windows7 upgradable to Windows8
RAM
4GB DDR3 RAM
Internal Memory
128 GB
Display
11.6-inch SuperBright LED backlit display
Brightness
400 nits
Resolution
1366X768
SIM Support
Yes
3G
Internal
GPU
Intel HD graphic 3000
Front Camera
2MP
Rear Camera
3MP
Connectivity
Bluetooth 2.1, Wi-Fi 802.11n
Sensors
Accelerometer, Gyroscopic sensors, GPS
Boot time
Just 30 seconds



For those of you who are not aware of Windows 8, Microsoft launched Windows8 with one main thing in mind - A single Operating System for PCs, Tablets and Phone! Yes, thats it! All the apps will work in SmartPhones, Tablets and Desktops.

And it doesn't end there...



The biggest problem plaguing the Windows tablet concept has always been the lack of a physical keyboard and mouse - two elements that are too deeply integrated into Windows to discard without inconveniencing users. Samsung has sidestepped these problems with a digital pen, dock, and wireless keyboard. Combined with the impressive hardware inside, the Series 7 Slate stands to be used both as a consumption device and a genuine productivity tool.

The dock, in addition to the necessary docking connection, offers full-sized versions of the ports found on the tablet, with HDMI, USB 2.0 and Ethernet ports available. The dock is also remarkably sturdy, with metal construction, and table- gripping rubber feet that provide a surprisingly stable base for the slate. When using the touch screen in this set-up, I found myself wishing that touch-screened desktop computers were so stable. The accompanying wireless keyboard is just as slim and light as the Series 7 itself, with chiclet-style keys and a cool brushed aluminum surface.

The Series 7 Slate is also light, weighing 1.96 pounds - lighter than many smaller 10-inch tablets we've seen, like the Acer Iconia W500-BZ467, which weighed in at 2.1 pounds. It's thin too, measuring less than a half inch thick. The back appears to be brushed aluminum, and the rich texture of the cool metal surface leaves you feeling that the slate, though thin and light, is still substantial.



Samsung Windows 8 tablets which were distributed in Developer build conference were 5000 in numbers. Distributed Samsung tablets are equivalent to series 7 slate PC, which has gone through multiple updates so as to fulfill the requirements of the customers. Currently, research is being carried out on Samsung Windows 8 tablets so to transform them to latest functionality which is rich in thin dimensioning and other parameters.

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