Review Samsung Ativ Q – The First Dual OS Tablet: Android & Windows
The looks of this tablet form using the keyboard, touch-screen on the screen, and we can separate between the screen and keybord. So at any time if it can let go of the screen with a keyboard and a Tablet that has a dual OS. And can we attach the screen with the keyboard so that it becomes Ultra book hybrid.
Display : Have a 13 inch with resolution 3200 x 1800 pixels.
Processor : The Tablet is equipped with a Core i5 processor with Intel HD Graphics GPU and 4400, 4 GB of RAM memory, for internal storage media of up to 128 GB.
Camera :Have a camera capable of 720 p HD Video recording
Heavy & Battery : Dual OS Tablet it weighs 1.29 kilograms. The battery can last up to 9 hours
The use of dual OS of course we want to alternate OS. You don’t need to restart to change the OS. To change the platform from Android to Windows, just touch the opposite direction of the arrow on the bottom row of icons applications. There is an easier way, i.e. by touching the Windows logo at the bottom of the screen.
Conversely, if wishing to switch from Windows to Android, users just touch the tile reads “Dual OS” then the screen will display the typical Android interface. Thank you for reading this post “Review Samsung Ativ Q – the first Dual OS Tablet: Android & Windows
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