|Screen Size||11.6 inches|
|Screen Resolution||1366 x 768|
|Max Screen Resolution||1336 x 768 pixels|
|Processor||1.6 GHz Core i5-2467M|
|RAM||4 GB DDR3|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel HD Graphics 3000|
|Card Description||HD Graphics 3000|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||1650 MB|
|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-A03US 11.6-Inch Slate (128 GB, Win 7 HP) - Dock and Keyboard Included
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Replacing a Laptop: A-
I liked the idea of exchanging my laptop for something that was lighter and nearly as powerful. For the most part, it did not disappoint. I have all the capabilities of my old laptop PC and a more portable package. The system is fast (because Samsung used an i5 processor rather than the less powerful Atom, which I've heard can be frustratingly slow). It's battery lasts nearly as long as my old laptop battery (Samsung claims 7 hours; I've gotten 4-5 hours without even activating any power saving features). The screen is large enough for laptop work and the docking station allows me to use an external monitor when I'm in the office or in my home office. Disappointments as a laptop replacement:
* It came with Windows 7 Home, which does not allow you to join the laptop to a domain on a business network. Not a big deal for me because my business furnished a copy of Windows 7 Pro.
* It's not quite as easy to just sit down, open this machine, and use it like a laptop. I sit in front of the TV and work on my laptop frequently, and this machine is actually a little more cumbersome to do that with than is a true laptop. Samsung really should have included a case with a built in "kick stand" to offset this issue (I've ordered one, but it has been on backorder since I got it over 2 weeks ago - Samsung did not do a good job of building out the add-ons market here before rolling out this machine). Perfect world: someone will roll out a case with an included keyboard and trackpad so it can be used exactly like a laptop when needed.Read more ›
Pen is starting to not detect on me for some reason. Spent 2 hours with Samsung and another 1 hours with Microsoft Signature (Made me format my tablet and all). Word of advice, don't even bother trying to contact Samsung. They just keep "Escalating" your ticket and also the person on the other line is obviously just reading a script. Why did i waste 3 hours of my life trying to replace a Digital pen? I have no idea. But for all of you out there that may have your pens fail on you, [...] is the replacement pen. The representative from Microsoft also said that any Digital/Wacom pens should work. The only difference is that Wacom uses batteries to operate. Apparently the Pens that came with Samsung is made by Toshiba hahaha minus the Toshiba logo on the side, even comes with the spare tips and the metal ring used to pull the tips out (Don't lie, you too was wondering what the metal ring was for!Read more ›
I have the XE700TA1-A04US model, which specs out with the 128GB SSD and Windows 7 Pro.
Early adopter beware. Not all of the features listed in the early releases have made it into these models. There is no GPS, and while there is an SIM card slot, no information on carrier support here in the US. Try to register your product on the Samsung site and you will find that not all model numbers are listed. Early indications were that this model would ship with the dock and the keyboard, but that has changed. I purchased mine through the Microsoft Store online and they did ship a dock separately.
If you have ever (not everyone has, I know) looked at a computer and thought "Sexy!" this slate should evoke a similar response. A couple of things that I have noticed though: Along the lower edge, below the Quick Start key, the screen surface seems to flex. Holding it by this edge has caused the digitized to (temporarily) go crazy. I would be interested to see if others have observed this.
Oh... Glass. Polished metal. Fingerprints.
In addition to the HD being 128 "Marketing" GB (Which works out to about 119 GB) there is just over 20 GB dedicated to recovery, so the actual usable space is just over 98 GB. Before you get upset, that is 98 lightning fast GB. Still, would have liked to have known myself.
The Windows Experience was 4.2, held back by the Graphics rating. Considering the shared memory, not totally surprising.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this because it has Windows 7 Professional. I could not find another tablet which did. I love it. If you can't stand window 8, this is your solution.Published 8 months ago by Richard Osborn
I'm giving this three stars because the returns process was very easy. Product arrived to me in non-working condition and reported I/O errors upon boot. Read morePublished 10 months ago by DragonJam
I use it only as a drawing device. Once you tweak the pressure sensitivity and add PaintDock or ArtDock, it's really quite good! Read morePublished 13 months ago by L. Saul
With Windows 7 the tablet was great. I ran into problems when it was upgraded to Windows 8. They are minor, and can be over come with work arounds, but I did not like it. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Michael D. Kent
I just wish there were more accessories that fit it. If i had this to do over, I might have gone with a Windows based tablet that is a little smaller. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Stephanie A Brennan
well almost ... I'll probably get that with a new case to hold the keyboard too. I have tested I-pads, the Surface Pro2, tablets and laptops ... Read morePublished on April 6, 2014 by Todd S Richardson