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Samsung ATIV smart PC @ AT&T 11/9 Release Date

ATIV SmartPCAT&T and Samsung will start selling on November 9 (Friday), the  Samsung ATIV smart PC for $799.99. It's a notebook that breaks apart and turns into a tablet. As an added bonus AT&T will then give the customer $100 off the device when they purchase any Samsung Galaxy smartphone with a contract and qualifying voice and data plans.

The Windows 8 Samsung ATIV smart PC  has an 11.6-inch HD PLS display, 64GB of internal storage memory and a microSD card slot to support up to an additional 32GB of memory and the Intel Atom dual-core processor, up to 1.5 GHz.  The keyboard detaches to turn the notebook into a touchscreen tablet.

Windows 8  can be upgraded to Windows 8 Pro). It is also backward compatible and supports all existing software and applications that run on older windows OS such as  Windows 7, Vista, and XP.  Data connectivity can be purchased via many AT&T plans. Use $50 Off Coupon Link AT&T Wireless for new customers with a plan.

Update 11/9/12: According to the AT&T website it will connect to Limited 4G LTE availability in select markets. 4G speeds delivered by LTE, or HSPA+ with enhanced backhaul, where available.  There is also a promotion that you get $100 off when you sign a two-year contract for a data plan.

 Accessories offered

  • Stand Dock – charges when docked,  built-in USB port and Ethernet (RJ45) port to connect the ATIV smart PC to LAN and various USB peripherals.
  • VGA Adapter the VGA Adapter (micro HDMI to VGA connectivity)connects to external displays, monitors and projectors.

3 thoughts on “Samsung ATIV smart PC @ AT&T 11/9 Release Date”

    • I pre-ordered the Ativ Smart PC Pro about a week ago. Any idea when that will be coming out? I can't wait!

      And do you have any idea if the Smart PC sold by ATT will have the S Pen? If not, then I see little reason to purchase the tablet from ATT.

  1. If you can buy it for that price without signing up for a plan that's a great deal. Only pay for the data when you need it.NN

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