Another interesting device introduced last night by Samsung Electronics is the Samsung ATIV Q convertabile tablet, which combines both Android 4.2 and Windows 8 (PC version) operating systems without the need of rebooting the device to boot into the second OS, all that it requires is the push or the touch of a button, and you can easily switch from Windows to Android or backwards, plus ATIV Q allows you to run and pin Android apps on Windows 8.
“Busy lives demand convenience, and the convertible nature of these tablets deliver the versatility, mobility and adaptability consumers should expect from personal computing today,” said DJ Lee, President and Head of Sales and Marketing Office, IT & Mobile Communications Division, Samsung Electronics. “These tablets are the result of people-centric innovation, and they were designed to provide consumers the flexibility to manage their digital lives on their terms whether they are in the office, at home or on the go.”
The Samsung ATIV Q feature an innovative hinge design that allows the user to transform (convert) 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 ATIV Q tablet is pretty thin and lightweight tablet all wrapped up in a magnisium-made housing, weighs in at 1.29 Kg and only 13.9mm, it’s easy to carry it arround.
Samsung ATIV Q feature a 13.3-inch touch screen which brings the worlds highest screen resolution for such a device: QHD+ resolution (3200 x 1800) display, offering 2.8 times higher pixel density (275ppi) than Full HD displays. The viewing angle on this tablet is also amazing, regardless of location and high brightness in outdoor environment and whats even more cooler is that it has an S Pen like the Galaxy Note series.