CES Coverage: Samsung’s Sliding PC 7 Series First Look
Samsung revealed its Sliding PC 7 Series at CES last week. From the looks of things, it sounds like we’ve got a truly impressive Windows laptop/tablet hybrid on our hands.
At the moment, we’re pretty well-informed with regards to this guy’s internals.
- Be powered by Intel’s 1.66 GHz Z670 Oak Trail processor
- Weigh 2.2 pounds
- Employ a 1366 x 768 10.1 inch 340-nit touchscreen
- Come with either 32GB or 64GB of hard drive space (solid state) and 2GB of RAM
- Run Windows 7 Home Premium (unless you upgrade it…)
- Feature Samsung applications such as Touch Launcher (applications “optimized for the touchscreen”) and App Manager
- Offer pretty robust port options: USB, HDMI, and a 4-in-1 card reader
- Detect your surroundings using the ambient light sensor
- Let you see your baby’s first steps with its 1.3 megapixel webcam
- Boot in under 20 seconds and be available with WiMax
- Use a six-cell lithium-polymer battery that Samsung says will last up to 9 hours on a single charge.
- Sell for $699 when it hits shelves in March
Sounds pretty damn good, right? Be sure to check our awesome first look at the 7 Series below: