Samsung ATIV Q Combines Windows 8 Laptop With Android Tablet

Posted June 20, 2013 at 9:53pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 17743 views

Samsung has announced the ATIV Q, a device that combines a Windows 8 laptop with an Android tablet.

Born of the tablet family, the ATIV Q allows users more flexibility than ever to adapt the device to fit any situation, posture or environment. Built with today’s evolving consumer lifestyles in mind and usable as a notebook or tablet, it delivers on the ATIV promise to make work more seamless and life more convenient.

• Enjoy Android Apps on Windows: Addressing consumers’ desire to access Android apps on a Windows-based PC, the ATIV Q allows users to experience both Windows 8 and Android (Jellybean 4.2.2) on the same device. Users will not only get access to Android apps via Google Play but also be able to transfer files, sharing folders and files from Windows 8 to Android, truly marrying the mobile and PC experiences.

• Versatility to Suit Any Environment or Needs: The ATIV Q sports an innovative hinge design that allows the user to transform the tablet into 4 functional modes. Lay the display flat over the keyboard for tablet mode. Raise the display upright to type just like a laptop. Float and adjust the display to a comfortable viewing angle or flip the display to place in the stand mode to watch movies with ease. The four-in-one design of the ATIV Q easily adjusts to give users all the options they need in one device. ATIV Q is also extremely thin and lightweight for optimum portability. At 1.29kg and only 13.9mm, it’s easy to take everywhere you go.

• The Ultimate Viewing Experience: The ATIV Q introduces the world’s highest resolution, QHD+ (3200x1800) display. The tablet’s 13.3-inch touch screen offers 2.8 times higher pixel density (275ppi) than full HD displays for viewing the finest of details. ATIV Q is also designed to provide an optimized viewing experience regardless of location and high brightness in outdoor environment.

No word yet on pricing or availability for the new device; however, you can check out some photos below...

[via Desire This]

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Sharp - June 22, 2013 at 6:28pm
Desperate try to do somehing new. But I believe this is not first of a kind.
Screw apple - June 22, 2013 at 4:10pm
Lols the only reason this is getting hate is because it is on a apple fan boy site.. Haha people, don't argue with these electronic illiterate people who can't learn to use tech so they just get the iphone...
MarkBenson - June 21, 2013 at 4:22pm
Looks like more garbage from Galaxy range....this is a sample of what Samsung do when they don't have a product from which to copy
WTF - June 21, 2013 at 1:15pm
This is a laptop, that is confused it is a tablet. Yet another example that Samsung can not innovate. Hello - it's a laptop dorkers. With a Tablet I want to be on the go without a mouse and keyboard. As anyone can see the guts are inside the keyboard and the screen is got a horrible hinge. Display flips over, oh gee, so you can see what I type. Doh. And WTF, it cant decide what OS to run either. Instant fail.
V - June 21, 2013 at 3:39pm
Aah, an Apple fanboy jealousie. As fun as it can be on a friday :D Keep em coming !
MarkBenson - June 21, 2013 at 4:21pm you are a Samsung fan, asshole ??
V - June 21, 2013 at 5:14pm
I am a fan of innovation! If that is the definition, then I guess I must be a Samsung fan?
Captjgvex - June 21, 2013 at 4:08am
Anything tablet that has a keyboard should not be considered a tablet. But it seems that no matter how hard you try it always goes back to needing a keyboard.
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