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Jun 20, 2013- by Edward Choi

Samsung ATIV Q

Samsung ATIV Q

Samsung launched a new line of convertible, the ATIV Q.

The ATIV Q is a full tablet and a laptop in one, and its bright and wide-angle 13.3 inch 275ppi display is one of the best in the segment.

This new convertible runs on Windows 8, but it can seamlessly switch to Android platform with a push of a button (without having to reboot the system). The ATIV Q can effectively run all Windows software and Android apps in one device.

Powered by the latest Intel Core i5 and HD Graphics 4400, the ATIV Q comes with 128GB of solid state drive and 4GB of DDR3L RAM. The battery life is not as impressive: 9 hours. Samsung lost the privilege of boasting, as Apple has done, "all day" battery life with this newest device.

The ATIV Q comes with Samsung's S-Pen, which is a must for precisely utilizing productivity software in touchscreen mode. The S-Pen is indeed "better" than a mouse.

New to Samsung's ATIV line of tablets is the SideSync function, which synchronizes Samsung's Android based mobile phone with the ATIV Q. After syncing, the convertible can effectively "take over" a mobile phone nearby (in the pocket, for example), and answer texts or view and edit pictures on the phone.

Given that most consumers who do not use Apple products use both the Windows and the Android operating systems, the ATIV Q really hit the spot for the non-Apple users, as it can run Windows and Android. And it is powerful enough to be used as a fully-functioning laptop. The Samsung ATIV Q line of products may become the ultimate solution for enterprise buyers and business users.

OS: Windows 8 (+Android)
Processor: Intel Core i5
Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 4400
Memory: 4GB DDR3L
Hard Disk Drive: 128GB SSD
Camera: 720p HD
Battery Life: Up to 9 hours

Size: 13.3"
Resolution: 3200x1800, 275ppi

Size: 12.87x8.57x0.55in
Weight: 2.84lb

I/O Ports
USB Ports: 1xUSB3.0, 1xUSB2.0, HDMI,RJ45 (dongle), HP/Mic combo, micro SD

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All new Windows tablets and laptops should let users run Android.
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