Image Gallery: Close-up look at Samsung's first sliding laptop computer

Image Gallery: Close-up look at Samsung's first sliding laptop computer

Summary: LAS VEGAS -- Yesterday, Samsung unveiled the "first tablet sliding PC." Straight from the showroom floor at CES 2011, here's a closer look.

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  • As for the actual sliding function, it looks relatively fast and simple without much risk of sliding too hard and breaking the whole thing apart. Of course, that depends how clumsy and/or impatient you are. I tend to be a bit of both, so I'm hesitant about using such a computer.

  • As for the actual sliding function, it looks relatively fast and simple without much risk of sliding too hard and breaking the whole thing apart. Of course, that depends how clumsy and/or impatient you are. I tend to be a bit of both, so I'm hesitant about using such a computer.

Topics: Tablets, CXO, Hardware, Laptops, Mobility, Samsung

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  • I think I'd always want the keyboard out,

    which would make the tablet capability pointless.
    Actually I do find tablets pointless...
    peter_erskine@...
  • good idea about android

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