|Screen Size||11.6 inches|
|Screen Resolution||1366 x 768 pixels|
|Processor||1.6 GHz Core i5-2467M|
|RAM||4 GB DDR3|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel HD Graphics 3000|
|Wireless Type||802.11B, 802.11G, 802.11n|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||1|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||7 hours|
Samsung Series 7 XE700T1A-A02US 11.6-Inch Slate (128GB, Win 7 Home Premium)
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On the surface, this tablet is a marvelous assembly of technology - practically something that I would dream of as a kid.
- Specs nearly identical to the 2011 MacBook Air 11" - 128GB of SSD space, 4GB of RAM, and a 135.09 PPI display.
- Dockable to be a full workstation, and almost as light as an iPad. Lighter than any other laptop I've owned.
- A real pressure-sensitive Wacom tablet. Not as accurate as my wife's Cintiq 21UX even after 3 calibration attempts, but still very decent.
Let's start with the conclusion: I returned mine. Why?
1) Use the right tool for the job
As unfortunate as it is, this is the wrong tool for a programmer. I try adhering to the academic mantra: Programming is 90% thought, and 10% typing (I realize this is only applicable for certain situations, but humor me). Physical input shouldn't be a big deal as long as you think things out first, right?
Indeed, editing code wasn't terribly difficult with the on-screen keyboard. It just took a lot longer for typing symbols; however, losing half the screen is a major detraction.Read more ›
No I am not an employee - just a happy user who has has found the solution to every day computing problems. I have wanted a light portable powerful computer for years - this is close to being perfect.
I have a dual life - I am an engineer with 45 years experience in the computer industry. I love technology as long as it works. I am also a musician. I need to be able to write notes that include graphics - ie music - and I need to be able to store lots of pages of sheet music for when I rehearse or perform.
For the past 3 years I have used an HP touchscreen laptop - nice but heavy, and poor contrast on the screen. The Samsung solves my problems.
Yes the Samsung is expensive - but nothing else does the job. The Ipad is a great concept, but it is a mere toy compared the the Samsung, and not suitable for real every day work for college students or businessmen. You cannot sit in a meeting or a lecture and write detailed notes on an Ipad; anyway you still need a laptop to complete the days work. The Samsung can replace your laptop.
Most days I need to write or type notes, and also I need to have access to the full power of Office 10 for all my other computing tasks. With the Samsung and Onenote, the handwriting input is close to perfect, and if you need a keyboard, the bluetooth optional model is small cheap and effective.
Some complain about the size. For me I need a screen this size. I want to display a full size sheet of music, or a full 8x11 or A4 page document. On the Samsung the display is clear, bright and totally useable in most environments. the 9" and smaller tablets are simply too small for many real world applications.Read more ›
My product was marked new and the box looked new but the Samsung logo was chipping off the back when I received it. On closer inspection the logo is a cheap sticker. In my opinion for $1,200 the Logo should stay on and be made of more than a cheap sticker.
Overall the rest of the build quality was nice. I know in other reviews online many people had problem with the glass on the screen lifting and dust collecting underneath. I checked my unit over and it seemed sturdy I did not feel I would have any problems. My only other issue with the build was it seemed a bit hard to hold onto because of its strange dimensions and slippery metal like back. In landscape mode everything worked and felt great. When I flipped it in my opinion it was unusable because of its strange dimensions.
Windows 7 was horrible as a touch interface. There was an HP multitouch option but in my opinion it was still subpar.
The pen input for drawing and writing is flawless, smooth, and amazing. If navigating throughout the system wasn't so frustrating this tablet would be AMAZING! Because its so frustrating to navigate through I prefer to just use my intros 4 Wacom tablet attached to my laptop for photo editing and sketchbook.
The input methods are horrible. The keyboard lags badly and is unreliable.Read more ›
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