Half-netbook, half-tablet, the Samsung Sliding PC7 is the new hybrid presented by the Korean company at CES 2011. Architectured around a dual-core processor clocked at 1.66 GHz and 2 GB of RAM, this portable d ‘a new genre hides a full keyboard under a sliding touch screen.
Originally a tablet, the Sliding PC7 turns into a laptop once its screen is slid. For disk space, Samsung offers a mini SSD model of 32 or 64 GB. Its size is well competitive whether netbook or tablet. We are thus dealing with a 10.1 inch panel displaying a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels.
Connectivity side, we can see that Samsung has tried to limit the size of its device as well as possible. A USB 2.0 port, a card reader and an HDMI output, this is what characterizes the sockets of this Sliding PC7. Connectivity is less to be outdone with Wi-Fi n, Bluetooth 3.0 and even a 3G module.
Portable, this tablet / netbook is located below the kilogram and offers an autonomy of 9 hours, according to its manufacturer. Available from March, the Sliding PC7 will be delivered with the Home Premium Edition of Windows 7 for $ 699. Its European price remains unknown at present.