Samsung has spent a lot of time and effort pushing Android tablets this year (and fighting Apple for the right to continue doing so in Europe and Australia), but the company is also hedging its bets with a new Windows tablet.
The Samsung Series 7 tablet features an 11.6 inch, 1366 x 768 pixel capacitive touchscreen display and an active digitizer for precise, pressure-sensitive input with a digital pen.
It has an Intel Core i5 processor, 4GB of RAM, and a solid state disk instead of a hard drive. Samsung says the tablet can run for up to 7 hours on a charge, which isn’t bad at all for a slate-style computer running Windows 7.
Samsung will charge $1099 for the base model with a 64GB solid state disk. For $1349 you can snag a model with 128GB of storage and a docking station and Bluetooth keyboard.
The folks at Laptop Magazine got a chance to check out the Series 7 tablet in person, and you can check out their video below.