CES 2011: The Samsung sliding 7 series
Samsung showed off its new concept – the sliding 7 series during this CES. The system is a Windows 7 tablet cum netbook that runs a Samsung-made touch interface on top of the not-so touch-friendly Windows 7. The 7 series sports a 10.1-inch display panel with a native resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels, and runs on Intel’s Oak Trail platform – an Atom z670 to be precise. Three are 2GB of memory and a choice between 32GB and 64GB of solid state storage space.
The sliding keyboard gives way to a full-fledged tablet, and switching between both forms seems to be quite easy – as reported by Laptopmag. The blue keys on a black background give a very unique look to the whole system.
The 7 series costs $699 and will be release in the coming march.
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