Atom Z2760. In other words, smart performance for work as well as play is assured.
The slender Samsung tablet has a nearly full-size keyboard, but the keyboard is included as a detachable accessory. The keys on the keyboard are a little slippery, but they are nearly full size. You can also dock the Samsung Smart PC to its keyboard, carry it around and use it as a standard clamshell laptop. Sounds pretty cool, isn’t it?
In terms of hardware specs, the device ships with 2 GB of DDR2 memory and 64 GB flash storage. The 11.6-inch screen is 1366 by 768 pixels. It has no retina display, but the text is clear. It comes with 10-finger touch capabilities, letting you pinch, zoom, rotate and scroll with greater dexterity. The aspect ratio is 16:9 on an 11.6-inch display. By any standard, the screen is large for a tablet. It comes with 10-finger touch capabilities, letting you pinch, zoom, rotate and scroll with greater dexterity.
The power button, volume controls, a power jack, one USB 2.0 port and a microSD card slot are built into the tablet. The keyboard dock includes two additional USB 2.0 ports and a power connector. But what sets the ATIV family apart is the accompanying S Pen stylus. You can use this slide-out, pressure sensitive pen with the touchscreen for precision work. This has been ported over from the Galaxy Note 10.1-inch tablet. In other words, if you are looking for a tablet with the ability to take notes, the ATIV Smart PC should fit the bill for you.
The range of connectivity options available on the Smart PC is better than you would expect from a tablet. There is a USB 2.0 port, microSD card slot, micro HDMI port and headphone socket. It supports wireless 802.11a/b/g/n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0.
In my test-run, the Smart PC proved pretty responsive in most normal Web browsing. When attached to the keyboard dock, typing and editing documents, email and similar tasks worked with no major issues. The capacitive touchscreen is responsive and quick, and multi-touch gestures work smoothly.
I streamed some music from YouTube and