Samsung is not to be outdone on the tablet front, as the Korean tech giant has brought the Series 7 700T tablet to the fray.
Samsung has added to its tablet array at IFA 2011 officially unveiling the Samsung Series 7 700T Slate PC, a Windows 7 powered device aimed at the business market.
Packing a PC punch in a tablet form the Series 7 700T is to land packing an Intel Core i5 processor with 4GB of RAM with a 64GB SSD for storage included alongside Microsoft’s Windows 7 Home Premium operating system.
Hosting an 11.6-inch touchscreen display Samsung’s first Windows 7 tablet device measures in at just 12.9mm thick, a mere 970g in weight and is to be powered by a Li-Ion battery that is claimed to tout 6.6 hours of use time.
Continuing its PC-esque credentials the 700T features an array of connectivity options with the tablet standard Wi-Fi abilities joined by a single USB 2.0 port, micro HDMI connector, microSD card slot and a SIM slot to allow for 3G connectivity.
Packaged with a dock cradle and Bluetooth keyboard to further assist business users, the Samsung 700T is to bridge the gap between dedicated laptops and tablets when it lands later this year priced £999.