Samsung has unveiled three new devices in their ATIV series of Windows tablets and PCs. They include ATIV Tab 3 (world’s thinnest Windows tablet), ATIV Bok 9 Plus (a gorgeous laptop based on the 9 PC Series) and the ATIV Q which is a hybrid tablet running both the Android and Windows operating systems.
Samsung ATIV Q – Hybrid Device
Today we are going to discuss the ATIV Q which has brought a great revolution in the tablet industry. The device has different wonderful aspects of usage. Not only does it run Android and Windows 8 side-by-side, it also acts as both an Ultrabook and a normal tablet.
The ATIV Q has four different modes and that’s why it can act like a standard tablet, a standard laptop with complete keyboard access, a standing tablet and a raised tablet mode.
Weight of this hybrid device is just 2.8lbs and features a 13.3-inch touchscreen running at a remarkable 3200×1800 resolution. The manufacturer, Samsung, says it is perfectly optimized to run in different sorts of environments, including open-air.
The consumers can share folders and transfer files between the Android 4.2.2 and Windows modes. This makes the ATIV Q a more seamless experience as compared to other hybrid devices. Samsung’s Q works with S Pen in both Android and Windows apps.
It runs Intel’s Haswell CPU and the company says it will offer about 9 hours of battery life. The hybrid has a 128GB SSD and 4GB of RAM. It is also equipped with a 3.0 USB port, a 2.0 USB port, SD card slot and a microHDMI out.
After analyzing all the aforesaid specs and features, we have found the Samsung’s ATIV Q a stunning device of the modern times. However, pricing and availability are yet to be confirmed. We will inform our visitors as soon as Samsung makes any announcement in this regard.