Samsung ATIV Q Hybrid with Quad HD+ Screen Coming Soon

Posted on 20 June 2013 by

Samsung are launching, as I type, the Samsung ATIV Book Q…

Samsung Ativ Q 4

A hybrid with another completely new design, QuadHD+ (3200×1800) and weighing 1.2KG. Based on Haswell (Core i5 4200U with HD 4400 is confirmed as one of the options.)

Latest specifications will be added to the database. Samsung ATIV Q specifications here…

  • 13.3” screen (QHD+ 3200×1800) multitouch. (PPI:275) 178 degree viewing angle.
  • 4GB RAM
  • 128GB SSD (up to 256GB)
  • Windows 8 / Android
  • HD webcam
  • Wifi N/BT4.0
  • USB 3.0 (x2)
  • DisplayPort (as reported by mobilegeeks, unconfirmed)
  • HDMI out
  • Headset port
  • 1.29KG
  • 13.9mm thick
  • Battery life: Up to 9hrs
  • Micro SD card slot

Price is 1500 Euros and it will be available in the coming weeks.

We’re tracking a Samsung event right now and will update this article as we get more information.

Samsung Ativ Q

The Samsung ATIV Q comes with a dual operating system. Windows 8 and Android are provided with seamless switching. Android apps can be pinned onto Windows 8 start screen.

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More images at  Notebookitalia and more information via Samsung event live stream. We’re tracking latest news, videos and specifications here…

Samsung ATIV Q specifications

 

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  • scoobie

    I think they just blew the Sony Duo 13 out of the water. But what price I wonder?

  • Rafael

    I want one with HD Graphics 5000 or 5100/5200!

  • curaga

    I see a trackpoint and three mouse buttons in some pics which is good. I can’t tell if the screen angle is adjustable.

    Anyway, I’d only get a tablet focused hybrid if it had an 11.6″ screen. Preferably even smaller. Super high PPI unnecessary but good viewing angles, contrast, color reproduction and outdoor visibility are a must.

  • Added mroe specs here and in database. New hands-on video available too.
    http://ultrabooknews.com/database/Samsung/ATIV%20Q

  • DavidC1

    scoobie :
    I think they just blew the Sony Duo 13 out of the water. But what price I wonder?

    Umm, it says 1500 Euros right there.

    That means it’ll be $1500 in US. Wish I’d see a Core i5 version with HD 5000.

  • 1500 Euros is a rumor right now but it wouldn’t be a surprise to me. This is a new-wave device.

  • 24hrs after launch and one issue bubbles to the top for me. A 1.3KG 13.3″ tablet has many limitations.
    I’m a little dissapointed we haven’t seen an ATIV 700T (dockable) upgrade with Haswell.

    • scoobie

      Agree, whether that model will be replaced remains to be seen but it looks like it has been discontinued, it is on discount at PCworld, and discontinued at Dabs.

  • Touko

    I do wonder if this complicated hinge isn’t more expensive than the second display on Asus’ Taichi…

  • hkckoo

    wow, where are the vents/fans on this things? its not like its not powerful enough and that is why im asking

  • scoobie

    The chip is in the hinge, so maybe the vent is on the bottom of the hinge.

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