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Samsung launches dual OS based Ativ Q

Samsung has also launched Ativ Tab 3, which is claimed to be the slimmest Windows tablet.

Samsung announced two new Windows tablets under its Ativ series, named as Ativ Q and Ativ Tab 3.
Samsung launches dual OS based Ativ Q
Ativ Q is a dual boot tablet with both Android 4.2 and Windows 8 operating system. The design of the tablet allows it to be used in tablet mode, like a laptop, you can also float and adjust the display to a comfortable viewing angle or flip the display to place in the stand mode to watch movies with ease.
Samsung launches dual OS based Ativ Q
The Ativ Q has a 13.3 inch display with world’s highest resolution, QHD+ (3200×1800). Ativ Q has 9 hours battery life. It weighs 1.29 kg and is only 13.9 mm thick. Samsung has put Intel Core i5 processor, 4 GB RAM in the tablet along with 128 GB SSD (memory).
Samsung launches dual OS based Ativ Q
Ativ Tab 3, on the other hand, is more conventional and offers Windows 8 operating system only, but supports S Pen functionality just like Galaxy Note. It has improvements like high level pen display and S Pen compatibility with MS Office. Ativ Tab 3 has a 10.1 inch display with 1366×768 HD resolution and runs on Intel Atom Z2760 processor, 2 GB RAM and 64 GB inbuilt memory.
Samsung launches dual OS based Ativ Q
Ativ Tab 3 is claimed to be the slimmest Windows tablet at 8.2 millimeters thick and is lightweight at 550 grams. The ATIV Tab 3 also features up to 10 hours of battery life,
Samsung launches dual OS based Ativ Q
Samsung launches dual OS based Ativ Q
Both the tablets have the ‘SideSync’ feature which allows users to switch from working on their PC to an Android-based Samsung smartphone easily. The price and availability of the tablets has not been announced yet. However looking at the specifications the tablets are expected to be priced upwards of Rs 50,000 for the Ativ Tab 3 and Rs 90,000 and above for Ativ Q.

 

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