This is our second NZ Tech Podcast 'Sneak Peek' video. This time Paul Spain takes a first-hand look at the upcoming Windows 8 (and Windows RT) products from Samsung:
- Samsung Ativ Tab (Tablet - Windows RT)
- Samsung Ativ Smart PC (Tablet/Hybrid - Windows 8)
- Samsung All-in-One Series 7 (Touch screen PC - Windows 8)
Paul Spain show's off upcoming Tablet and All-in-One touchscreen computers from SamsungSamsung Ativ Tab
2GB RAM, Dual Core 1.5ghz ARM processor, 5 megapixel rear camera, 1.9 megapixel front camera, 10.1-inch screen (1,366 x 768 pixels), A-GPS/Glonass, Wi-FI a/b/g/n (2.4, 5GHz), Bluetooth, NFC, Full size USB port, Micro HDMI, On device encryption, Windows RT.Samsung Ativ Smart PC
2GB RAM, Intel Dual Core 1.5ghz Atom SoC processor (Clover Trail), 8 megapixel rear camera, 2 megapixel front camera, 11.6-inch HD screen (1,366 x 768 pixels), HDMI and a keyboard dock with a 2nd battery, Wi-FI a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 4, Full size USB port, Mini HDMI, Windows 8.
4GB RAM, Intel Dual Core i5 processor, front camera, 23" display (1920 x 1080 pixels), HDMI in/out, wireless keyboard and mouse, Windows 8.Samsung Ativ Smart PC (not shown)
4GB RAM, Intel Dual Core i3/i5 processor, 5 megapixel rear camera, 2 megapixel front camera, 11.6-inch full HD screen (1,920 x 1,080 pixels), USB 2 and USB 3, HDMI and a keyboard dock with a 2nd battery, Windows 8.
Other related posts:
NZ Tech Podcast 229: The $9 computer, Nanogirl and force touch nanotech, Autonomous Trucking
NZ Tech Podcast 228: Microsoft’s Build, Tesla coming home, the end of the Internet, LED carpet
NZ Tech Podcast 227: Hands on Apple Watch, MacBook, Microsoft Surface 3, Huawei TalkBand B2, Open Source Open Society Conference
Comment by BlueShift, on 16-Oct-2012 14:58
Did the nice folks at Samsung mention when these devices will be released in NZ, and how much they might cost?
I'm trying to hold the Mrs back from buying an iPad until the Win8 devices hit the market...
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