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Samsung 700T New 11.6 inch Windows Tablet Added to Series 7 Family

Written by Randy Harz. Posted in News, Windows

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Published on December 07, 2011 with 1 Comment

After all their Android powered Galaxy Tabs, that have been released throughout the year, it’s now time for another Series 7, Windows 7 powered Slate. The 700T 11.6” Ultraportable Slate PC (XE700T1A) tab comes with an optimized and customized UI on top of the Winows 7 (Home Premium 64-Bit) OS you can turn off and on. Samsung promises a “Fast Start” with 15 seconds booting and sleep mode.

The Slate weights a 860 grams or 1.96lbs and is with 0.5 inches or 12.9mm thick.  A battery life of up to 6.1 hours on a single charge is promised by Samsung. See full Specs after the break.

A SuperBright Plus 11.6” LCD display with a brightness of 400nit, which is 100% brighter than normal laptop displays. We’ll have to see the display in action to confirm that but  the specs do look good and should produce outstanding picture quality and text readability as well as brilliant HD entertainment.


Check Full Specs below.

The Digitizer Pen is included as well as a Cleaning Cloth, optional is a Mini bluetooth Keyboard (AA-SK2NWBB) (80 Key) which has a size of 296 x 127.5 x 15.24mm.

Samsung Series 7 XE700T 64GB and 128GB

Samsung Windows 7 Tablet 700T Check Full Specs below:

Operating System
Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium (64-bit)

4GB DDR3 System Memory at 1333MHz (on BD 4GB)

2.0 megapixel Webcam

4 Cell (41Wh) battery

Intel® Core™ i5 Processor 2467M (1.6GHz, 3MB L3 Cache)

64GB Solid-state Drive

Inte®l Centrino® Advanced-N 6230, 2 x 2 802.11abg/n (up to 300Mbps), Widi Support
Bluetooth V3.0 High Speed

Intel® HD Graphics 3000
Shared with System Memory

Main Chipset
Intel HM65 Chipset

I/O Port
P-Dock Port

Features and specifications are subject to change without prior notification.

Source: Samsung US

  • David

    That looks cool