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Samsung Reveals Series 5 Hybrid PC, Series 7 AIO PC

Samsung Series 5 Hybrid PC

  • Magnetic hinged keyboard
  • Thin & light as 9.0mm and 747g
  • Up to 10 hours of battery life
  • Innovative writing experience with S-Pen & S-Memo
  • Front (2M) & rear (8M) camera

Samsung Series 7 All-in-One PC

  • 10 finger multi-touch screen
  • Hand gesture control
  • Voice recognition
  • Premium metallic arch stand
  • Ultra slim display
     

Stay tuned for more about Samsung PC products as we spend time going hands-on.

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Marcus Yam served as Tom's Hardware News Director during 2008-2014. He entered tech media in the late 90s and fondly remembers the days when an overclocked Celeron 300A and Voodoo2 SLI comprised a gaming rig with the ultimate street cred.
  • amk-aka-Phantom
    I wonder if the Hybrid PC can charge the tablet's battery from the dock like Asus Transformer does. Probably not, since it's magnetically hinged... ah well, still looks good.
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  • del35
    Surely Apple will sue over the Metallic Arch Stand. Wasn't using metal for a monitor stand one of Apple's innovative magical inventions?

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  • boiler1990
    This is a device worth looking forward to. The one thing I hate about my iPad is that it doesn't have an active digitizer for note-taking. The S-Pen is a great reason to buy this, since it works quite well on the Galaxy Note.
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  • mihaimm
    boiler1990The one thing I hate about my iPad is that it doesn't have an active digitizer for note-taking.http://www.macworld.com/article/1156560/touchscreen_stylus_roundup.html
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  • mihaimm
    The Samsung Series 5 Hybrid looks great. I really hope it will also work great. It will be a relevant thing especially once Win 8 gets out.
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  • eddieroolz
    No one points out the obvious fact that the first product is a Transformer clone, and the second is...well, boring.

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  • boiler1990
    mihaimmhttp://www.macworld.com/article/11 undup.html
    I'm using the Bamboo stylus and it works pretty well. However, Apple built their touch interfaces for fingers from the ground up. The active digitizers allow for significantly more accurate touch input with a coordinating stylus, which would be ideal for notes.

    My friend has the Eee Slate, and his notes look about 200-300% cleaner since it has a (Wacom, I believe) digitizer. Mine are all scribble thanks to the stupid chubby rubber tips.
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  • frank_drebin
    IMHO, it s not very convenient to write on a vertical surface unless it is on the same level with your eyes... so i m not sure why All-in-One PC needs the pen.. most people sit at their desks and the monitor is lower and farther away ....
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