Samsung has announced its new ‘slider’ tablet PC, the TX100, which the company hopes will provide the benefits of both a notebook and a tablet PC. This device uses a powerful Intel Atom Z670 Oak Trail with an operating frequency of 1.66GHz and is equipped with the Windows operating system and interface 7 Home Premium Samsung Touch Launcer. Samsung TX100 features a large display with 10.1 inch diagonal HD touch screen with high brightness (340 nit).
This panel operates at a resolution of 1,366 x 768 pixels and is perfect for playing multimedia content. The memory was 2 GB DDR2 installed while the storage is assigned to a solid state drive available in denominations of 32 GB and 64 GB depending on customer needs. Can not miss, of course, a valuable multi-card reader to extend the storage capacity of the device. Samsung 7 Sliding Intel integrates a video controller that provides the computing needs in the graphic. It also has a pair of speakers from 0.8 W each for audio playback.
In addition to a built-in 1.3 megapixel webcam, ideal for videoconferencing, the device integrates an HDMI output and a USB 2.0 port through which content to load and to recharge the lithium-polymer battery that should provide, according to the producer, a close range to 9 hours per charge. In terms of connectivity, Samsung offers 7 Sliding 802.11b/g/n WiFi, WiMAX, and support for a module for broadband connections.
Samsung TX100 Sliding 7, characterized by a less than a kilogram and a size of 265.9 x 174.7 x 19.8 mm is expected in the coming month of March in the United States initially at a price of $ 699 (around 31,874/-), equivalent to about € 515 (around 31,792/-) to the current exchange rate. Next, the distribution will also involve other international markets. At the same time the manufacturer has also shown new notebook Series 9 made by the powerful Intel Core i5 and equipped with DDR3 memory. The launch of this family is expected by the end of the month.