|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||802.11A, 802.11B, 802.11G, 802.11n|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||1|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||7 hours|
Samsung Series 7 XE700T1A-A05US (11.6-Inch Screen) Laptop
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core i5 cpu
good set of applications / software
not so much bloatware
touch works very well
snappy and fast
1x USB iniput
1x Hdmi input
micro sd slot
handwriting recognition mechanism works really well
occasional fan noise - but doesn't bother me
1x usb input
wish it had slot for regular SD card - not micro
samsung application home mimics android menu but it's not really useful
handwriting mech works well but takes time for you to get used to it and requires 50 writing samples at least (not sure if this is of windows / the machine itself)
battery life can be extended with some tweaking but it seems about ~5hrs per charge - wish it were longer
my wife has the ipad2, and I just didn't like the fact that it was not really like a laptop... (obviously)
this unit is basically a laptop in a tablet case. it's amazing how they fit in a SSD, i5 cpu, video card, ram in this really ultra small factor.
everything opens up very quickly without lag. I took out IE and loaded chrome. very nice performance overall.
you have option of using the pen (included) or your own hands. has virtual keyboard. overall very pleasant experience.
occasional fan noise bugs a little but it's not too loud.
I had fun entering in my writing samples but it does get tiresome (50 sentences at least - u can stop in the middle and continue later)
wireless network range seems to be very good. on par with my sony vaio VPCZ1.
will update more with more details after some more usage.
1. wacom digitizer: makes this slate several times more useful for good note taking and sketching of ideas. It is also great for artistic sketching and painting in your spare time. Pressure sensitivity and eraser make part of the difference, but the most important point in its favor is just the finer control you get with the sharp tip vs. a finger.
2. multitouch display makes it competitive with the ease of use of the cheaper tablets
3. can run any of the apps I use at work, including fully featured Outlook, OneNote, Word, Powerpoint, Excel, Webex, Skype and if I wanted Visual Studio, although I prefer a proper laptop for that.
4. No need to install many apps that are just a replacement for a website that doesn't work well on a mobile browser. Many apps today are just that. I can just use the more robust web browsers on windows instead. Example: OpenTable, Amazon, Mint, Yodlee.
5. a solid stable OS. While I love Android I think it is taking a while to reach the level of quality of Windows 7.
6. great performance: Core i5, 4 Gb RAM and 64 GB SSD make this slate very snappy for both entertainment and work applications. An iPad with 64 GB costs $700, but you get a slower CPU and 1/4 of RAM. To be fair its display is higher resolution, it has a 10 hour battery life vs. 7 in this case, and it has more sensor. Weight is 1.44 lbs for the new iPad and 1.9 lbs for the Samsung slate. Tablets with NVIDIA Tegra 3 quadcore CPUs are closer but Android lacks a bit.Read more ›
- Photoshop, Illustrator, Sketchbook Pro: smooth, like cutting butter with hot knife.
- Sketchbook Designer: pretty smooth, as long as you don't use too many vector and mesh gradient.
- Solidwworks 2010: OK for simple models. Wireframe refreshing rate on the complex model is SLOOOW, not acceptable. Same as viewing eDarwing documents.
- Mudbox 2011: not bad as long as you don't go poly crazy.
Any GPU intensive program will not run well on this slate, due to its integrated GPU. But it gets by OK.
- the pen registration is not as good as it my 7 years old Toshiba Tecra M7. It's off slightly, no matter how much I calibrate it. Sketching is fine, but writing with slightly off registration is awkward.
Samsung copies Apple way to much, even the crappy stuff like embedded battery. After 9 months, the battery doesn't last more than a couple of hours. If I use CPU intensive program, it will not last more than 90 minutes.
As far as I know, the battery can't be replace in DIY manners. Due to the battery is soldered to the AC power connector. The only way to get new battery is to send the unit to Samsung. Thus it's almost a disposable tablet pc with 1200 price tag.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Touch screen does weird herky-jerky things sometimes. Recorded videos come out dark.Published 2 months ago by JohnnyAce
Pros: Lightweight, Fully functional windows 7(or 8) pro tablet. I ran this with windows 7 for only a few days before switching over to windows 8. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Justin
so far so good, I thought it'd come with a keyboard ,but no. Anyways, it's pretty good. But don't expect it can handle some intensive games, it can't.I bought this for work onlyPublished 12 months ago by randy
Love it!! This tablet is great. I use it for drawing and handles large canvas perfectly! Sai, sketch book pro and PhotoShop work great. The screen is nice and large and bright. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Daneesha W.
The item was not what I expected in the area of using as a tablet but I decided to try it so I charged it up and proceeded with the setup. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Pamela Holcomb
I purchased this tablet since it was a Windows system. I stopped using Android devices, except for my smart phone, since I don't need or use most of the apps available at the Play... Read morePublished 13 months ago by F. Andrews