Powerful 2G Intel Core i5 processor.
Roomy 128GB hard drive.
Great screen with dual Wacom pen and touch.
Samsung's custom touch interface.
Relatively light, excellent touch experience by Windows standards, active digitizer.
Laptop capabilities in a tablet form factor, Core i5 CPU and 4GB of RAM, 128GB SSD.
Heat exhaust vent impedes use in portrait mode.
Fan runs almost all the time.
Lack of touch-optimized apps.
Slow screen rotation.
OS not so touch friendly, a bit big and heavy and no holster for stylus on the tablet
Windows remains a struggle with a pen-and-finger interface.
Dock and wireless keyboard cost extra.
Tepid battery life of about 4.5 hours.
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By PCWorld New Zealand on February 21, 2012
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By Wired on December 20, 2011
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