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Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Samsung Series 5 Hybrid PC - hybrid magnetic tablet

                              Samsung unveiled at Computex 2012 its a fresh hybrid of Windows 8 - equipment called the Series 5 Hybrid PC.

                           More and more manufacturers are putting into their portfolio of hybrid Tablet PC. These devices, particularly referring to the models of the Asus Transformer series, are very comfortable, in fact offer the possibility to use the product as a normal tablet or notbooka - when you connect the keyboard. This approach has become increasingly popular among customers, and if so, the companies producing equipment want to meet the demand.

                            At the moment, the Korean company did not disclose too many details about this device, because it is a prototype, which in Taiwan at Computex 2012 was issued by the glass and you can not take it into their own hands. No one even knows what screen size is the tablet ... TheVerge editors claim that appears to be about 11 inches.

                         Samsung Series 5 Hybrid PC is a MinGW equivalent transformers Asus said that for a long time you get in stores. It differs, however, differed two specifics: Windows 8 and the docking mechanism on the keyboard screen. The Taiwanese products we deal with the hinges, where Samsung will be a magnetic mechanism.


                          As reported by Engadget, Samsung Series 5 Hybrid PC is equipped with a camera with a resolution of 8 megapixels, 2-megapixel webcam, a battery designed to work about 10 hours, USB port, microSD card slot, slot for the stylus (to be provided equivalent to Windows' familiar with the Android application as S-Memo), and x86. The board will also find a full version of Windows 8 and Windows does not RT. The prototype tablet weighs 747 grams and its thickness is 9 mm.

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