Samsung XE700


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The EX700 includes a little bit of everything. Good processing power, a USB2.0 port, digitiser, Wi-Di capability, digitiser (for pen) and capacatice layer (for finger) a docking port and keyboard, fast SSD disk and all in a lightweight shell but it's missing things that laptops offer like full-size SD card slots, a USB 3.0 bus and a VGA port. As a mobile PC or a hot-desking PC, the XE700 looks like it can take on a lot of working scenarios though and with Windows 8 it's going to look even better. An impressive full-range tablet PC.

In database since:26-10-2011
Samsung XE700 Specifications (base)
Manufacturer (Click for list) Samsung
Model name XE700
CPU type (Click for list) Intel Core i5 2467M
CPU speed 1600 Mhz
Graphics Intel HD Graphics 3000
OS Windows 7 Home Premium
Display Size
11.6" 1366 X 766
Screen Type
LED-Backlit LCD
Touch Technology
Multi-touch
Display Type
Digitiser
RAM 4096 MB
Flash 64 GB
Weight (Minimum operating) 860gm / 1.9 pounds
Physical Interfaces
DC-in
Line-out / Headphone (3.5mm)
HDMI (Micro)
SDHC slot (Micro)
Mobile sim-card slot
USB 2.0
Wireless Interfaces
802.11 a/b/g/n
BT 3.0 + HS
Cellular Options
Additional Specs and Accessories (can vary)
Ambient light sensor
Capacitive Touchscreen
Digital pen
Docking station
HD Video Accelerator
Mic array
Stereo speakers
WebCam 2.0Mp
WebCam 3.0Mp
Wireless Display (WiDi, Miracast or similar)
Optional Specs and Accessories (can vary)
3G voice/data modem
Product Notes
Some versions delivered with keyboard and docking station and available with 128GB SSD, Windows Pro and 3G options. Pen does not dock on the device.
Samsung XE700 price guide (spot-check pricing.)
Europe:€125030 Oct 12
USA:$115030 Oct 12
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Samsung XE700 News and Review LinksTrack product
Tomshardware - Review of Samsung Series 7 Slate XE70007/02/12
Performance Testing and Opinion - Samsung Series 7 XE70011/12/11
Ritchies Room - Samsung Series 7 XE700 Hands-On11/12/11
Liliputing - Samsung XE700 Retail - First Impressions11/12/11
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