Reviews and Problems with Samsung ATIV Smart PC Pro 700T 1920x1080 (XE700T1C)
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Pretty decent tablet-PC
Amazon Customer, Amazon
10 May 2014
Summary: I would really like that This tablets is a true PC and will run all the normal programs I am used to using and I don't have to depend on apps. I would rank this higher if it had higher ram. 4 GB is just not enough to runs Windows 8 efficiently.
Summary: Samsung seems to have taken care in designing the machine. The built in stylus holder is genius. (Just don't lose there is no way to order a stylus to replace the one that fits in the case). I was attaching it to a 27 inch touch screen monitor for a great experience when I was tethered.
Good machine, but multitouch and digitizer have room for improvement
Chester McFarland "Chester", Amazon
22 August 2013
Summary: For some context, I'm usually a Mac user, and the product similar to this that I've tried is the Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 13. For anyone comparing this with a computer lacking a wacom digitizer, be aware that the digitizer/stylus works way better than touch input alone.
Summary: I'm not sure how this passed QC at Samsung, though I'm not terribly surprised since the LCD TV I own from them has major issues as well. The screen had a "frame" effect around the outer 1" of the screen.
Summary: Battery life - for light work 6-8 hours, for serious work, 3 hours, attaching external peripherals can eat into this seriously. Needs a second battery in the keyboard
Pros: My wife has an IPAD 2, and those things make me gag, Mercifully a PC tablet. Got what I expected. Its a nice hybrid PC, has versatility to run the apps I need on the go (0ffice), (some light CAD), and the occasional game - I've seen a reviewer say he had skyrim working with reduced settings, not ...
Cons: The keyboard/tablet combo is a little treacherous. Often I find the tablet tipping backwards, Although it can be held from the corners its not a rigid build, its certainly has some flex to it, the keyboard's docking bay for the tablet is sturdy once firmly clicked into place. Getting it into plac...
Specs are good, but the machine feels flimsy and cheap.
A. Howerton, Amazon
13 March 2013
Summary: I bought this machine for business purpose and have just started the return process. Context of use: need a tablet to carry on client sites that will run a proprietary application without glitches and allow for note taking/photo uploads as I go.
Summary: Update: I've had to lower my rating on this tablet by a bit, due to quality and customer support issues. After six months or so, I noticed that the touch interface was no longer responding (to pen or finger) along the right or bottom edges in portrait mode...
Summary: This tablet PC still has dock issues. If you don't need the keyboard and are willing to pay extra for the tablet, then get it. Display is stunning and digitizer works as advertised. Seems that getting a working keyboard is a matter of luck and mine ran out.
Summary: At the price it should have had a discreet graphics processor making performance really click. The USB port and headphone jack are on the top of the screen making use a bit clunky while docked. The charging port on the bottom making it impossible to operate on ac while docked, completely silly.
Pros: Very good performance. Docking keyboard included very well made (Compare the garbage keyboard you with the Surface). Excellent picture.
Cons: Charging port location on the bottom. You can't operate the tablet on the keyboard while ac powered. Charging connector extends about 3/16" outside the body of the tablet making the weakest part of a tablet/laptop more vulnerable.
Summary: The tablet is great! It is light, thin, nice looking, quiet, and the screen is incredible. The tablet itself exceeds all expectations I had when ordering this device. To clarify for some of the confused and misguided users, this device DOES come with the keyboard dock and DOES NOT have 3G/4G (A01US...