Samsung have released a new Windows 7 Tablet. It’s called The Samsung Slate PC Series 7.

It’s an 11.6-inch tablet device that features a dock to use the device as a full Windows 7 PC.

The device also features an Intel Core i3 or i5 chip, 4GB RAM, 32 or 64GB of SSD storage space and Wi-Fi, WiMAX and HSPA+ support. It also has a dock that connects a bluetooth mouse and keyboard.

Samsung has also included a microSD slot, Gigabit Ethernet, HDMI connector and dual cameras ( front camera is 2MP and the rear is 3MP).

Samsung claims the device battery life is 7 hours and weighs in at 0.86kg. The display on the device is 16:9 HD and is made out of super tough gorilla glass.

Looks really cool.


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  • Jenny Wilkins

    I have to say, looks pretty sweet. Hope we see this at BUILD.

  • krustybaguette

    It has double the RAM of my HP Slate and a faster processor (Intel® Atom™ Processor Z540 (1.86 GHz, 512 KB L2 cache, 533 MHz FSB) Same size SSD drives. Slightly larger screen. Even with the extra RAM and processor advantage I can’t imagine this thing being very good as a tablet with Windows 7. Maybe Win 8.

    • HPSlateRocks

      I’m surprised at your comment if you own an HP Slate.  
      Sounds fine to me (other than the size is too big for my taste).  I LOVE my HP Slate and the Windows 7 Pro/Opera Mobile/Streets&Trips/Office2010 combination in a size just shy of 9″ (slightly larger than a kindle) is truly amazing!  The slate lacks an ethernet port on its dock (I have a USB to Gig-e adapter instead) which is a plus on this samsung tablet.

  • Sydney**

    Does the demo model happen to include the tech specs also? I’d love to know the actual size, not just screen size. Thakns.