Meet the humble Ativ Tab 3, a tablet running Windows 8. Click through to ogle Samsung's new slate from every angle.
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This tablet comes with Samsung's infamous S Pen, used to prod and doodle on the Tab 3's 10.1-inch display.
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When not in use, you can stow the stylus inside a corner of the device -- until you inevitably lose it down the sofa, that is.
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Around the back there's a camera, perfect for alienating yourself at gigs, or taking quick shots of your pets.
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Unlike, say, the Surface RT, the Tab 3 runs a full version of Windows. That means you can install programs from outside of Microsoft's own app store.
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Volume and lock keys are bolted onto the Tab 3's silvery sides.
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A front-facing camera means this tablet is equipped to handle video calls. The screen itself has a 1,366x1,800-pixel resolution.
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On the inside, the Tab 3 is powered by an Intel Atom processor. That's not a particularly powerful chip, so we'll be looking closely at performance in the full review.
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It's a slender beast, at a mere 8.2mm thick. It weighs 550g, making it extremely portable, if larger than rival slates.
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