Summary: Tablet + Notebook = Slate PC? Samsung aims to unite the best of the notebook and tablet worlds with its new Series 7 tablet. To this end the Windows Tablet gets a docking station and keyboard and runs some touchscreen-optimised programs. Is this enough to convince professional users to part with 1300 Euro?
Pros: Premium design, High quality materials, Included docking station, Bluetooth keyboad, Touch launcher, Bright display with good viewing angles, Satisfactory performance, Fast SSD, Long battery life, The good design, the excellent display and the folding docking station.
Cons: Reflective front face-plate, Very warm upper edge, Errors with the stylus, A USB 3.0 port and an anti-glare front panel.
Summary: The Series 7 Slate PC is a tablet computer that’s powerful enough to be used as a laptop or desktop. It may be the only computer you need, which is something that sets it apart from most Android and iOS tablets which are best seen as items that you might buy
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If you add a keyboard and stand or docking station to the Series 7 Slate, you can use it like a portable laptop — assuming you don’t feel the need to actually place it on your lap to type.
Conclusion: The Samsung Series 7 Slate is definitely the best slate form factor Windows 7 tablets to hit the market, and it's earned our Editor's Choice award. It packs plenty of power thanks to the Intel Core i5 CPU and Intel HD 3000 graphics that trounce Atom-based tablets from HP, Acer and Fujitsu. The display is superb though glossy and colors are almost better than life.
Pros: Relatively light, excellent touch experience by Windows standards, active digitizer with pen, fast, decent battery life.
Samsung Series 7 Slate – a slim Windows 7 tablet with no compromise in performance
18 October 2011
Conclusion: The price, however, is very high for a tablet – the base model costs $1099 (without the accessories), and the price goes up to $1600 for the top model (including the peripherals). Keeping in mind that this “tablet” has more power than most current notebooks, it might be a good purchase for at least some business owners and corporate users.
Excerpt: Unlike some of its most popular offerings in the worldwide tablet market, Samsung’s Series 7 11.6-inch Slate doesn’t run a version of Android. Instead, it comes with 64-bit Windows 7 pre-installed as its operating system, and it utilizes an Intel Core i5 processor with 4GB of RAM as standard. As you can imagine, it’s one powerful tablet computer. It comes with the rather predictable downside of being very disappointing when it comes to battery life, though.
Summary: Perfect for mobility, this 11.7 inch slate comes loaded with features but at a price. The days of bulky laptops and tablet computers are certainly behind us now thanks to the tablet revolution that has taken place over the past couple of years. Starting with Android, then BlackBerry and iOS ; now Windows 8 is the latest operating system to join the tablet wars.
Summary: Samsung has packed an entire Intel Core i5 laptop into a slim, light slate tablet that comes with a Bluetooth keyboard. Too bad it had to pack a fan in there, too. Read our Samsung Series 7 Slate review.
Análise do Tablet/MID Samsung Series 7 XE700T1A-H01DE
7 April 2012
Conclusion: Com o slate PC, a Samsung está em território pouco comum e oferece um conceito interessante. Para isto o fabricante demanda uma grande quantidade de dinheiro. Em compensação promete ao usuário o melhor do mundo dos portáteis e dos tablets. E, de fato, o XE700T1A é convincente. O case oferece uma sensação de primeira classe e montado com precisão. Os materiais são escolhidos cuidadosamente e o tablet dá uma sensação de alto valor.