Samsung starts sales of ATIV Tab 3 tablet computer

Samsung has started the sales of its latest product – a tablet-looking computer known as ATIV Tab 3, which runs Windows 8.

The ATIV Tab 3 is based on a 10.1-inch display at HD resolution and has a dual-core Intel Atom Z2760 processor at 1.8 GHz with an integrated PowerVR SGX545 GPU, 2 GB of RAM, 64 GB of internal memory, a microSD card slot (up to 64 GB), Bluetooth 4.0 and 802.11n Wi-Fi. In addition the device has a rear camera at 720p resolution, a GPS receiver, microHDMI, NFC and 3.5mm audio jacks. Samsung says the installed battery can power the device for up to 10 hours when working with documents and up to 8.5 hours when working with video.

The new Samsung ATIV Tab 3 also comes with preinstalled “Microsoft Office for Home and Student” software and a keyboard that connects wirelessly to the tablet. The recommended pricing for the Samsung ATIV Tab 3 is USD 599 and USD 699 for the model with a keyboard.

Source: Wpcentral

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