Samsung announced Series 7 Slate PC

Samsung appears to be at the roll today on the planet of consumer electronics (actually, they’ve been banging it set for quite some time already come to think of it), what along with their variations of electronic items that elicit nothing but a “Wow!” that come from the masses, beginning from ever slimmer LED TVs, 3D TVs and top of the line Android-powered smartphones.

Well, the notebook and tablet categories will not be left alone either, and such time around we have the Samsung Series 7 Slate PC to drool over.This can be a lightweight slate computer that sports full PC capabilities, combined with Microsoft’s Windows 7 operating systems. Making sure those who have the ailment always on the move will utilize the processing muscle having been crammed within to deliver maximum productivity no consequence where body is.

Really how light would be the Samsung Series 7 Slate PC? Well, it will weigh a vertual two pounds, measuring only 0.5″ thin, causing it to be highly portable in the compact size. Don’t be fooled by the rather fragile exterior – the Slate packs an 11.6″ display, running  on an Intel Core i5 processor (and that is mid-range and may even be a bit more than just enough for the typical office user), and stashing away up to 128GB of storage space in the form of an SSD. Connectivity options include USB, Wi-Fi, WiMAX and HSPA.As there is the word “Slate” within the name, obviously the 11.6″ display comprises of a highly responsive capacitive multi-touch screen, which you could also choose flex those finger muscles you are planning by writing naturally at the screen via an electromagnetic pen. In the front is a 2-megapixel camera for vain self-portraits and video conference calls, so the back lies a 3-megapixel camera to capture some impromptu moments.Is it me, or does the 7 hour battery life relate to the name? I suppose not, making it a coincidence, except for those who are interested in the Samsung Series 7 Slate PC , you will have to fork out anywhere from $1,099 to $1,349, depending on the final hardware configuration since it arrives at the market this coming October 2nd.

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