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 Samsung ATIV Q specs | Android & Windows 8 combined

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PostSubject: Samsung ATIV Q specs | Android & Windows 8 combined   Sat Jun 22, 2013 7:27 am

Samsung ATIV Q specs | Android & Windows 8 combined
We go hands-on with Android and Windows 8 dual-booting Samsung ATIV Q
Aside from the Galaxy S4 Zoom, last night’s big talking point was the launch of the Samsung ATIV Q – a 13.3-inch hybrid tablet with PC-grade specs that runs both [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] and full-fat Windows 8.
Positioned as a best of both worlds solution, the ATIV Q is a very compelling proposition packed with a myriad of features that are designed to make using it and, most importantly, switching between modes as seamless as possible. You can even install Android apps with Windows’ Start menu.
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Running a stock version of Android 4.2 out the box, the ATIV Q isn’t the first dual-booter we’ve seen but it’s certainly the most proficient. Switching between the two platforms is as simple as hitting an icon on the Start screen or tapping the Windows button. 
Specs are also impressive. The ATIV Q packs Intel’s new Haswel-based Core i5 processor alongside a HD Graphics 4400 GPU and 4GB of DDR3L RAM, which should provide suitably impressive performance. There’s also 128GB SSD of storage and support for [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.].
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The 13.3-inch 3200x1800 qHD+ display is stunning, offering up a pixel density of 275ppi, and Samsung assured us that all these extra pixels wouldn’t impact battery life too much. Nine hours is the magic number cited at launch, although we won’t know for sure until we’ve tested it properly. 
The display itself was exceptionally bright and plenty detailed – menus, games, video and images really pop off the screen. The ATIV Q’s qHD+ display also offers unparalleled viewing angles and exceptional performance in direct sunlight, according to Samsung (more on that in our full review though).
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13.3-inches is definitely pretty big but Samsung has been careful with the design of the ACTIV Q in order to make it both a decent workstation and a portable tablet device. Exact measurements are 327x217x13.9mm and weighs just 1.29KG. 
The ATIV Q doesn’t handle like a traditional tablet – you can’t use it as you would an iPad or Nexus 10 – but it is light enough to for casual sofa surfing and gaming, and it won’t give your shoulders too much of a work out when carrying it around in a satchel or backpack.
Based around a hinge system, the ATIV Q can be used in a variety of modes: lay the display flat over the keyboard for tablet mode; raise the display upright to type just as you would a laptop; float and adjust the display to a comfortable viewing angle; or flip the display to place in the stand mode to watch movies.
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The mechanism itself, although plastic, seemed robust enough and shouldn’t cause any issues over prolonged periods of time. Samsung apparently tested and developed numerous versions before settling on the one present aboard the ATIV Q. 
The ATIV Q also supports S-Pen like the company’s Note range of devices but – somewhat divisively – it doesn’t feature a traditional PC-style trackpad. Instead Samsung has opted for a navigation nubbin, located inside the keyboard in order to conserve space. Given the already ample size of the ATIV Q, this was definitely a wise move. 
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If you can get past its size, the ATIV Q might just be the hybrid device you’ve been waiting for. I’m suitably impressed by what it brings to the table and can’t wait to get to grips with it properly once we secure a review unit from Samsung.
Samsung ATIV Q Specs
CategoryDetailsSpecifications
DisplaySize13.3”
Resolution3200x1800, 275ppi
Performance[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]Windows8
ProcessorIntel Core i5
GraphicsIntel HD Graphics 4400
Memory4GB DDR3L
Hard Disk Drive128GB SSD
Camera720p HD
Battery LifeBattery LifeUp to 9 hours
DimensionsDimensions327.0x217.8x13.9mm
Weight1.29kg
ColourAsh Black
I/O PortsUSB Ports1xUSB3.0, 1xUSB2.0, micro HDMI,RJ45 (dongle), HP/Mic combo, micro SD
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