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Samsung ATIV Smart PC Pro 700T 11.6" Wacom Pen Windows 8 tablet With Keyboard i5-3317U 4GB 128GB SSD MicroHDMI USB Dual Camera

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  • Intel Core i5 3317U 1.70GHz 1920x1080 11.6" IPS Touch Screen with Wacom Digitizer S Pen
  • 4GB DDR3 128GB SSD 802.11a/b/g/n Wireless LAN Bluetooth 10/100/1000Mbps USB Micro HDMI MicroSD
  • Dual Webcam 2.0 MP front/ 5.0 MP Rear Only 1.65lbs.
  • From among of the world's lightest, to the most powerful, Samsung mobile computers take productivity with you wherever you go.
  • New Windows 8 specially designed for tablets
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Product Information

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Screen Size11.60 inches
Screen Resolution1920x1080
Processor1.70 GHz Intel Core i5
Hard Drive128 GB ssd
Graphics CoprocessorIntel HD Graphics 4000
Chipset BrandIntel
Card DescriptionIntel HD Graphics 4000
Graphics Card Ram Size1 GB
Wireless Type802.11bgn, 802.11abg
Brand NameSamsung
SeriesATIV SmartPC Pro
Item model numberXE700T1C
Hardware PlatformPC
Operating SystemWindows 8
Item Weight4 pounds
Item Dimensions L x W x H12 x 9 x 1.20 inches
Rear Webcam Resolution 5 MP
Processor BrandIntel
Processor Count2
Computer Memory TypeDDR3 SDRAM, SODIMM
Flash Memory Size128 GB
Hard Drive InterfaceSerial ATA
Audio-out Ports (#)1
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #17,688 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5.3 pounds
Date First AvailableNovember 8, 2012
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Product Description



Series 7


Operating Systems

Operating System
Windows 8 64-Bit


CPU Type
Intel Core i5

CPU Speed


Intel HM76


3MB L3 Cache


Screen Size

LCD Features
Gloss, 16:9, 400 nits SuperBright Plus Technology
Touch Screen with Digitizer S Pen

1920 x 1080


Intel HD Graphics 4000

Video Memory
Shared system memory

Hard Drive




Memory Speed
DDR3 1600



802.11a/b/g/n Wireless LAN

Bluetooth 4.0


1 x USB 3.0

Micro HDMI

Docking Connector

Audio Ports
Yes (Headphone/MIC combo)


1.6W Stereo Speaker (0.8W x 2)
HD Audio

Supplemental Drive

Card Reader
1 Micro SD

2.0 MP HD(Front)

5.0 MP HD (Rear)


AC Adapter
40-watt AC adapter

4 cell / Li-Po 49Wh

Physical spec

11.6" x 7.2" x 0.5"

1.89 lbs.

Customer Reviews

Nine months later, and no scratches.
Elisabeth H. Bentley
The applications of Windows 8 have been a great addition to my Windows phone; everything is synced.
David J. Sultzer
She also uses it almost every evening to watch movies, or play cards.

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36 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Jeremy Thake on February 25, 2013
I have been a heavy user of "tablet" PC's for a while now with my first being a Fujitsu T4020, then to a Samsung Series 7 slate, Lenovo X220t, then to a Surface RT then to this new ATIV Smart PC Pro 700T...yes what a crap name is the first thing that came to my mind. So I guess what I'm saying is I've been round the block for the l last 7 years.

The 700T is based on an Intel Core i5-3317U processor. Priced at USD$1,199.99, the Pro comes with a 128GB SSD and 4GB of RAM which is about the same price as the Surface Pro once you buy the Type keyboard.

There is a 500T which runs RT, the pro is slightly heavier at 1.89 lbs. but lighter than the Surface Pro. I went to look at the Pro the day it was on sale and found it felt too heavy for me even though it's only like 0.2lbs different. The Surface Pro does look sexier than this a little and more identifiable, the 700T could be mistaken for an Android device for sure.

The build quality is 1000 times better than the Samsung Series 7 Slate that felt like it flexed too much in your hands. The former device used to get damn hot sometimes too, which they seemed to have fixed in this one. I'm still not that happy with the USB port covers, I'm tempted to just cut those off.

I am a huge user of stylus...I spend a lot of time discussing software architecture design approaches over Lync and OneNote. I LOVE the fact that the S-Pen slides into the slate itself...rather than the stylus on the Surface Pro. Some may find the stylus too small, and it is missing the standard top tip that acts as an eraser...but you can use another larger stylus for that.

I have been testing this all week whilst I was at the MVP Summit, I was getting around 6.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Spacecat on June 29, 2013
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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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By DJC on January 8, 2013
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I had problems with the keyboard thinking it wasn't docked but after installing all the Samsung updates, it works just fine. Love the ability to handwrite and in a flash insert text to far works on all text fields but Chrome.

With what came installed I only had 73GB left on the hard drive. Would have given 5 stars had it offered 250GB but heah, it's a tablet more than it's a PC. Battery so far last 7+ hours even while watching movies on netflix
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Elisabeth H. Bentley on July 13, 2013
In Fall of 2012 my 6 y.o. Vista HP blinked the black screen of death for the last time (we were long past resurrecting it from the blue screen). After 3 months of shopping, I finally chose the Samsung ATIV pro 700t (SAP700t here), to the joy of my brother who predicted that I'd choose it.

Unlike the men in my family, I instantly loved Win8. After Vista, what was not to love? I'm looking forward to seeing what MS does with the 8.1 update, but am happy to wait & not take the "preview" version of 8.1.
For the ladies out there who want a small laptop, but one w/o a permanently attached keyboard, the size of this one is great. It fits into nearly every large purse I have that is 14" wide on the outside or larger.

A 10" tablet w/keyboard was too small, 14" laptop to large. The SAP700t was the Goldilocks computer for me. I had to wait for it for a couple months, but it was worth it for the specs over MS Surface RT and similar. Overall, I've had very few problems, and those are not "major", more learning on my part.

Didn't think I'd use all three USB ports at one time very often, but now I'm very happy I have them because I can now plug in an ethernet outlet adapter for our household 150up/down internet service, and still have 2 left for printer/mouse, etc. Makes games lightning-fast. The micro HDMI port is great as well, have used that on a number of occasions for slideshow presentations. Also, for long-time desk use, research, writing, games, etc., I plug it into a 24" HD screen.

A couple of notes: When I purchased (Dec 2012), the only case/stand available that fit was for the 500 version. Well, of course it didn't take long for me to pull that thing off and take the HDMI cover with it. So no more HDMI port cover.
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