Samsung introduces Sliding PC 7, a unique Windows tablet

Bridging the gap between tablets and Netbooks, the Sliding PC 7 series is a funky spin on a Windows ultraportable.

Windows 7 gets a sliding tablet: the Slider PC 7.
Windows 7 gets a sliding tablet: the Slider PC 7. Samsung

Vote for this product to win the People's Voice Award.

LAS VEGAS--Now here's a new about a tablet that runs on Windows instead of Android? Samsung's newly announced Sliding PC 7 is a funky hybrid touch-screen device with its own slide-out keyboard. It's a revamp on the idea of a Netbook, and an attempt to finally make a Windows tablet work a little bit better.

The 10.1-inch mini-laptop has a striking design, and has a multitouch screen so it can operate in both tablet and Netbook-esque format.

Specs are Netbook-esque: an Intel Atom Z670 CPU, 2GB DDR2 RAM, 32 or 64GB SSD drive, and a 1,366x768 10-inch screen, along with 3G and WiMax connectivity. At 10.47 x 6.88 x .78 inches and 2.18 pounds, it's larger than an iPad but smaller than many 10-inch Netbooks.

We look forward to giving this a try soon...
Featured Video
This content is rated TV-MA, and is for viewers 18 years or older. Are you of age?
Sorry, you are not old enough to view this content.

Microsoft enters the laptop game with the hybrid Surface Book

This powerful 13.5-inch laptop include Nvidia graphics and a new hybrid hinge.

by Dan Ackman