It is a big but lightweight tablet-laptop hybrid with immense potential and steep price tag.
Ativ is the second tablet-laptop hybrid introduced by Samsung this week, besides the Ativ Pro, about which you can read here.
As the name itself suggests, Samsung Ativ is the striped down version of the Ativ Pro. Like its powerful cousin, Samsung Ativ too comes with an 11.6 inch touchscreen display and has a detachable keypad which, when attached, turns the device into a full-fledged laptop. It comes with high end specifications like Windows 8 operating system, Intel Atom processor, 2 GB RAM etc. We had a chance to get our hands on this tablet during its launch ceremony in Delhi on Tuesday. Here's what we felt about the tablet during our first encounter.
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