Samsung Sliding PC 7 Series Coming in March for $699, Promises 9 Hours of Juice

It’s not just a tablet, it’s a Mobile PC. So with that in mind take a good look at the Sliding PC 7 Series, which combines a 10-inch touchscreen with a sliding keyboard. Coming in March, this device is powered by a 1.6-GHz Intel Oak Trail processor, which is optimized for low power. We’re talking up to 9 hours of battery life.

The 2.2-pound 7 Series has a 1366 x 768 display, HDMI out, integrated 1.3-MP camera, and a 32GB or 64GB SSD. The Fast Start feature powers the 7 Series in as little as 15 seconds. Samsung also plans to bundle touch-friendly apps for music, video, photos, note taking, weather, and more. Bing Maps will also be on board, and you’ll be able to get more apps via Samsung App Manager and Windows Product Scout (not sure what that is yet).

Get the full specs below

Samsung Sliding PC 7 Series Mobile PC Specs

CPU: Intel® ATOMTM Oak Trail Z670 @ 1.66GHz

·         Operating System:

o    Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium

o    Samsung Touch Launcher

·         Memory: 2GB DDR2

·         Hard Drive (max): 32GB or 64GB (mSATA SSD)

·         Screen: 10.1-inch touchscreen HD LCD display (340 nit)

·         Resolution: 1366 x 768

·         Graphics: Intel Integrated Graphics

·         Audio Technology: Integrated speaker (0.8W x 2)

·         I/O:

o    USB 2.0

o    4-in-1 memory card reader

o    HMDI out

·         Webcam: 1.3MP

·         Battery: Lithium Polymer; up to 9 hours

·         Wireless: 802.11b/g/n; WiMax; 3G

·         Dimensions: 10.47 x 6.88 x 0.78 inches (W x D x H)

·         Weight: Starting at 2.18 lbs.

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  1. Ben Stein Says:

    Looks like the samsung slider phone on steroids.

  2. Alan Says:

    That does look gorgeous…

    Tad pricey but gorgeous. Will have to try one out in the flesh but this could be what I’ve been waiting for.

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