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Samsung Ativ Tab White

 
Weight:
550 gm
Operating System:
Windows 8 (32-bit)
Primary Camera:
5 Megapixel
RAM:
2 GB
Processor:
Intel Atom Z2760 1.8 GHz Processor
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As far as tablets go, we didn't really have that much of a variety until recently. One could either get an iPad from Apple, or go with an Android tablet that fits their budget and preferences. But now that Windows RT is here, things are seemingly bound to change. All of a sudden, we have a third platform entering the tablet race, and it is backed up by a pretty major player – Microsoft. Today, we are reviewing one such tablet. The Samsung ATIV Tab is a 10.1-inch tablet that runs Windows RT and is meant to be an alternative to Microsoft's Surface RT. As such, it has been outfitted with some decent hardware, including a dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor paired with 2GB of RAM, a couple of cameras, the main one being of 5 megapixels, and a full-sized USB port. But what is Windows RT exactly, you ask? Well, it looks like Windows 8 and it feels like Windows 8, but at the same time, it is quite different. RT is made for ARM-based devices, and the software available for Windows 8 or previous versions won't run on it. The only place one can get software from is Microsoft's own Marketplace, and in there, it still feels a bit lonely, with only about 10,000 apps across the entire catalog. With that out of the way, it is time to fire up the Samsung ATIV Tab and see what it has to impress us with. First, let's take a close look at... for the Windows logo underneath its screen, we could have easily mistaken the ATIV Tab for a Galaxy tablet as it has adopted more than a few design features from the maker's Android lineup. For starters, there's a pair of speakers positioned on the front side of the unit, just like on the Galaxy Note 10.1 or the 10.1-inch Tab 2, and we are actually quite satisfied with having them there as the audio is radiated directly towards the user.here is a pretty pattern on the tablet's back resembling brushed aluminum, and the finish covering it reminds us of the Galaxy S III's fancy Hyperglaze coating. We have to note that the combination of both these characteristics makes the Samsung ATIV Tab a tablet very pleasant to look at. The lack of premium materials can be noticed the very instant you get a hold of the device as it is made entirely out of plastic, save for the slightly raised, metal-made Windows button below the screen, yet that shouldn't be too big of a deal as it helps with keeping the tablet lightweight. What's a bit more of an issue, though, is that the build quality of the ATIV Tab leaves something more to be desired. Home › Cell Phone Reviews › Samsung ATIV Tab Review Samsung ATIV Tab Review Review index Posted: 05 Nov 2012, 09:10, by Nick T. Categories: Samsung Windows Tablets Bookmark Share: Discuss8 Samsung ATIV Tab Review Introduction: As far as tablets go, we didn't really have that much of a variety until recently. One could either get an iPad from Apple, or go with an Android tablet that fits their budget and preferences. But now that Windows RT is here, things are seemingly bound to change. All of a sudden, we have a third platform entering the tablet race, and it is backed up by a pretty major player – Microsoft. Today, we are reviewing one such tablet. The Samsung ATIV Tab is a 10.1-inch tablet that runs Windows RT and is meant to be an alternative to Microsoft's Surface RT. As such, it has been outfitted with some decent hardware, including a dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor paired with 2GB of RAM, a couple of cameras, the main one being of 5 megapixels, and a full-sized USB port. But what is Windows RT exactly, you ask? Well, it looks like Windows 8 and it feels like Windows 8, but at the same time, it is quite different. RT is made for ARM-based devices, and the software available for Windows 8 or previous versions won't run on it. The only place one can get software from is Microsoft's own Marketplace, and in there, it still feels a bit lonely, with only about 10,000 apps across the entire catalog. With that out of the way, it is time to fire up the Samsung ATIV Tab and see what it has to impress us with. First, let's take a close look at... Design: If it wasn't for the Windows logo underneath its screen, we could have easily mistaken the ATIV Tab for a Galaxy tablet as it has adopted more than a few design features from the maker's Android lineup. For starters, there's a pair of speakers positioned on the front side of the unit, just like on the Galaxy Note 10.1 or the 10.1-inch Tab 2, and we are actually quite satisfied with having them there as the audio is radiated directly towards the user. Samsung ATIV Tab Review There is a pretty pattern on the tablet's back resembling brushed aluminum, and the finish covering it reminds us of the Galaxy S III's fancy Hyperglaze coating. We have to note that the combination of both these characteristics makes the Samsung ATIV Tab a tablet very pleasant to look at. The lack of premium materials can be noticed the very instant you get a hold of the device as it is made entirely out of plastic, save for the slightly raised, metal-made Windows button below the screen, yet that shouldn't be too big of a deal as it helps with keeping the tablet lightweight. What's a bit more of an issue, though, is that the build quality of the ATIV Tab leaves something more to be desired. At 570 grams, the Samsung ATIV Tab doesn't put much of a strain on the wrist - Samsung ATIV Tab Review At 570 grams, the Samsung ATIV Tab doesn't put much of a strain on the wrist - Samsung ATIV Tab Review At 570 grams, the Samsung ATIV Tab doesn't put much of a strain on the wrist - Samsung ATIV Tab Review At 570 grams, the Samsung ATIV Tab doesn't put much of a strain on the wrist At 570 grams, the Samsung ATIV Tab is lighter than most 10-inch tablets on the market and doesn't put much of a strain on the wrist. The tablet isn't among the slimmest Samsung has ever made as it measures 8.9 millimeters in its thickest point, but it is still within the acceptable norms for a contemporary tablet of this size. There is no shortage of ports on the Samsung ATIV Tab. On the bottom side of the device is located a dock connector, which is where a Samsung-made hardware keyboard snaps in place. At the bottom right-hand side resides a generic-looking port used for charging. All remaining buttons, ports, and slots are on the tablet's top side, including the 3.5-millimeter headphone jack, microphone, HDMI output, and microSD card slot. Having a full-sized USB port can be quite convenient as it allows a whole range of peripherals to be connected to the slate, such as USB dongles or thumb drives. We even hooked up a mouse and a keyboard to it with the help of a USB hub and ended up with a portable workstation. Neato! Our only annoyance is with the lock button, which is way too soft and provides insufficient tactile response when pressed.
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Product Details
WARRANTY
Warranty Period
1 Year Manufacturer warranty
INTERNET
Preinstalled Browser
HTML, HTML5
Other Internet Connectivity Options
NFC, Computer sync, OTA sync
Wi-Fi
Yes, 802.11 a/b/g/n
DIMENSIONS
Weight
550 gm
LBH Dimensions
257.4 x 165.3 x 8.2mm
PLATFORM
User Interface
Yes
Operating System
Windows 8 (32-bit)
BATTERY
Type
Non-removable Li-Ion 8200 mAh Battery
Standby Time
Upto 12 Hours
MULTIMEDIA
Audio Formats Supported
MP3, WMA, AAC, HE-AAC, PCM
Video Formats Supported
MPEG4, H263, H264, VC-1, WMV7, WMV8, WMV9
Video Playback
Yes
STORAGE
Internal Storage
32 GB
Memory Card Slot type
MicroSD
Expandable Storage Capacity
Up to 64 GB
CONNECTIVITY
Audio Jack
Yes, 3.5mm Jack
Bluetooth
Yes, v4.0
HDMI
Yes, Micro HDMI (Type D)
USB
Yes, USB v2.0
BUSINESS FEATURES
More features
Document viewer (Office 2007, Office 2003, PDF)
Document Support
Yes
Mail Features
Email, IMAP, POP3, SMTP, Microsoft Exchange
CAMERA
Flash Support
LED Flash
Video Recording
Yes, HD Video
Other Features
Auto Focus
Secondary Camera
1.9 Megapixel
Primary Camera
5 Megapixel
MEMORY
RAM
2 GB
ADDITIONAL FEATURES
Other Feature Set
Bluetooth Keyboard & S Pen Included
NAVIGATION
Map Support
Yes
GPS
Yes, S-GPS, Glonass
DISPLAY
Other Display Features
Multi-Touch Support
Type
HD
Size
25.65 cm (10.1 Inch)
Resolution
1366 x 768 Pixels
GENERAL FEATURE SET
In Sales Package
Tablet, Battery, Multi Travel Adaptor, Stereo Headset, Data Cable, User Manual
Voice Call
No
Processor
Intel Atom Z2760 1.8 GHz Processor
Colour of Handset
White
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