This Samsung Sliding PC has an identity crisis

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This Samsung Sliding PC has an identity crisis

Samsung has debuted a $700 “Sliding” computer at CES 2011 that can’t seem to decide whether it’s a PC or tablet.

Equipped with Windows 7 and powered by Intel’s Atom Oak Trail platform, the PC 7 supposedly maximizes the benefits of a tablet, while incorporating a sliding keyboard to facilitate easy typing.

So, how does it work?

Well, the display slides up to reveal a physical keyboard – providing the user with a multi-touch display or full keyboard and mouse interface.

Additional specs include:

  • Weight – 2.2 pounds.
  • Brightness – 340-nit.
  • Display – 10.1-inches.
  • Resolution – 1366 x 768.
  • RAM – 2GB DDR2.
  • Storage – 32 or 64GB SSD drive.
  • Connectivity – 3G and WiMax
  • Battery – 6 cell, 9 hours.
  • Availability – March 2011.

(Via Netbook News & Samsung) [[Samsung]]


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