Samsung Releases Series 7 Hybrid Netbook Tablet With Oak Trail Processor

Samsung has slide out new series of thin dimension laptop tablet hybrid known as the Series 7, or also known as XE700Z0A-A01US tablet PC. This Samsung Series 7 Hybrid tablet is coming with the latest Intel Oak Trail single cored processor which run at 1.5GHz (Atom Z670), has 10-inch display, support 1366×768, 32-inch SSD, but it has 64GB SSD option too, and it also coming with the latest 4G or WiMAX internet connectivity support.


Other specification also includes 2GB DDR2 RAM, dual cameras (front 1.3-megapixels, rear 3-megapixels) and also support WiFi b/g/n and 3G in addition to the WiMAX connectivity.

From the appearance, Samsung Sliding PC 7 Series wins at the sliding sexiness, where you can get a complete keyboard just by sliding up the screen and transform the device into a netbook. Slide the screen down again to get back to the tablet mode.

Samsung Series 7 Hybrid Netbook tablet is running Windows 7 Home Premium 32-bit OS in its system, which supposed to be able to run it smoothly.

Price wise, Samsung Series 7 netbook tablet hybrid has been priced for $649 at Amazon. It was listed at first, but the page has been removed for now. It may suggest a price change when it has been officially launched.

However, if you are trying to have a Samsung netbook right now, you can try their series 9 system.

[via NetbookNews, The Cool Gadgets]

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