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Samsung ATIV Smart Tablet with 128GB Memory 11.6" | XE700T1C-A02US

by Samsung
3.6 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews
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  • Screen Size: 11.6"
  • Operating System: Windows 8
  • Processor Type: Intel
  • Processor Model: i5-3317U
  • Processor Speed: 1.5GHz
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Product Description

With a blazing-fast Intel Core i5 processor, the Samsung ATIV Smart PC Pro 700T runs the same programs as your desktop PC in a sleek, light and compact form. A fast and simple touchscreen gives you access to your favorite programs and apps with ease. Because when you combine power and design, amazing things happenthats the Samsung ATIV Smart PC Pro 700T.

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Technical Details

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Summary : Screen Size, Screen Resolution, Graphics Coprocessor, Graphics Card RAM
Screen Size 11.6 inches
Wireless Type 802.11A, 802.11B, 802.11G, 802.11n
Number of USB 2.0 Ports 1
Average Battery Life (in hours) 2 hours
Brand Name Samsung
Item model number XE700T1C-A02US
Hardware Platform PC
Operating System Windows 8
Item Weight 2 pounds
Product Dimensions 12 x 7.5 x 0.5 inches
Item Dimensions L x W x H 11.97 x 7.46 x 0.47 inches
Rear Webcam Resolution 5 MP
Processor Count 2
Computer Memory Type DDR3 SDRAM

Additional Information

ASIN B00CWX8KWS
Customer Reviews
3.6 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews

3.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #34,203 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
#3,912 in Computers & Accessories > Tablets
Shipping Weight 5.3 pounds
Date First Available May 24, 2013

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Background on how I ended up with the Samsung 700T: I'd been considering getting the 13" Wacom Cintiq 13HD for a while. I've had the 12" Cintiq before, and I rarely ever used it because I found the 1280x800 resolution way too cramped in most of the programs that I use for producing art- I was hoping the 1920x1080 resolution on their new model would make a world of difference. Not being able to find the Wacom in stock anywhere, I started exploring other options. At first, I went to the Microsoft Store and discovered the Surface Pro. I was amazed to discover that the 10.6" device had a 1080p display, and a whole computer built in. I quickly researched online to see if people were using the Surface Pro for art, and I found both the Penny Arcade review, and another comic book artist's blog, and bought the Surface Pro on the spot (bolstered by the Microsoft Store's 14-day no-restocking-fee return policy). Well, after 14-days, I really loved having the Surface Pro- creating art with a stylus-input anywhere was really appealing (and a huge jump from what I'd been doing on my iPad). My original notion of getting the 13" Cintiq seemed foolish, as I found the Surface Pro to be just as responsive as the 22" Wacom Cintiq 22HD that I use everyday at work. Only problems that I was having with the Surface Pro were eyestrain, and I found that the upper middle portion got uncomfortably hot after working for a while (I also really, really disliked both of the Surface Pro's keyboard options- I'd been using it with my Logitech K400r). I decided to return to the Microsoft Store to explore my other options.Read more ›
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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. It wasn't really light leakage (at least not how I'm used to seeing), but it made that area around the screen have a bit of discoloration compared to the rest of the screen. Ick.

It also had a weird artifact effect (I think there was an issue with the video processing) where it looked like there was some major banding, and three horizontal stripes about 2/3 down the screen that was very apparent in certain colors, like the gray on the background of the Wordpad program. Since I was using this mainly for art, this is a HUGE issue for me.

The touchpad on the keyboard was also majorly messed up. The top 1/2" of the touchpad did not function whatsoever, and would randomly click in areas, making it difficult to type, as the cursor would keep shifting to an area a few sentences above where I was typing.

I'm not sure how, of all the issues I've had with this product, Samsung managed to miss that the top part of the trackpad does not work.

I'm extremely bummed, because now this is out of stock and I can't exchange it. I'm considering just waiting to see if the ATIV Q is going to come out, or waiting and splurging on the Cintiq Hybrid Companion 13HD (assuming Wacom actually releases it with Windows Pro and not RT).

I don't know. Just have to wait and see, I guess. I might try the ATIV Tab 7 (they're re-branding of this unit) and see if I will end up with a functioning model or not.
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I mainly got this tablet for two reasons:

1. Bang for the Buck if bought refurbished/used. Also easier to repair than the Surface.
- You get the tablet with a keyboard accessory and Wacom digitizer + pen, at a price around $450 (note, I bought this refurbished). A Surface Pro, or other equivalent, would cost at least $500-600 for the tablet alone, along with a $100 cost for the keyboard accessory.
- As an added bonus, the ATIV's hard drive is rather easy to replace, so if you ever want to upgrade, it's not that difficult to do so. For the Surface pro, you'll end up destroying the thing before you can take it apart enough to upgrade the hard drive(Surface Pros are notoriously difficult to take apart, iFixit gave all Surface Pro models a 1/10 for fixability).

2. You can install Android on the tablet, and have a dual boot setup.
- Just google "Samsung Ativ Smart PC Pro XE700T1C Dual boot Windows 8-8.1 and Android". An XDA developers guide should be near the top of the search results. Follow the guide, and you should be able to install Android 4.2.2 (Jelly Bean). You effectively get a 2-in-1 device

3. Edit, you can install OS X Yosemite on this too!

Disclaimer: There are a few points worth noting about the Android installation:

1. You will NOT be getting updates to newer versions of Android. You will forever be on 4.2.2, unless Intel or some developer decides to continue the project.
2. Since this runs on an Intel CPU, as opposed to a ARM CPU, there will be a lot of apps that aren't compatible with the device. There is a decent chunk of apps that do work fine though, so just keep in mind that there won't be complete compatibility with all apps.
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