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Samsung ATIV Tab
Mark Peters : August 30th 2012 - 10:05 CET
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SamsungIFA 2012 NEWS - Samsung ATIV Tab Windows 8 Tablet : Samsung Electronics is proud to announce the launch of its new Windows 8 based tablet; the Samsung ATIV Tab. The new Samsung ATIV Tab is a Windows RT Tablet with the optimization of PC experience and mobility. The Samsung ATIV Tab tablet is designed with a classy hairline finish, and delivers a full Windows 8 based Personal Computer experience with superior tablet mobility. Weighing 570 grams, featuring a 10.1” touchscreen display, and measuring 8.9mm thick, the Samsung ATIV Tab is always ready to go. It instantly boots up without lagging and comes with Office Home and Student 2013 RT, offering the new versions of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote to help transform the way people get things done at home, school or work.

Samsung ATIV Tab

Samsung ATIV Tab
These Tablet applications are fully featured with complete document compatibility, meaning people can open and create any document, make edits on it and share it with others just like we do with Personal Computers. An powerful 8.200 mAh battery provides enough power to allow you to work on your projects and review or share them virtually anytime and anywhere. Moreover, the Samsung ATIV Tab is compatible with a range of Windows-based computer devices and accessories, including printers, keyboards, projectors, external monitors, and other peripherals, through its USB port and uHDMI, with no need to install extra software.

ATIV Tab

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As soon as we receive a Samsung ATIV Tab test sample, we will publish a sample picture gallery with high resolution photos, followed by an in-depth Samsung ATIV Tab review. Samsung ATIV Tab price information will be announced after the IFA 2012 Show.

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