Series 7 Sliding PC – Spotted for Pre-order

March 30, 2011

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A couple of notes on the new Series 7 Tablet from Samsung. It looks like it could be on its way!

The TX100 is a Windows powered hybrid netbook/tablet which brings the best features of a touchscreen tablet together with a traditional keyboard.

Series 7 US Pre Order

The guys over at have spotted the Series 7 available at US website Proadvantage.

It seems to me that stores have long since cottoned on to that early listings of new products makes for good link bait so I wouldn’t read too much into this until we actually see the TX100 start to ship.  Initial pricing seems to be around the $700 mark but again these early listings are notouriously inaccurate so you might want to wait and see if the price is updated.

Samsung Series 7 Available in UK this Summer?

No preorder listings spotted here in the UK, however tech where can i buy antibiotics over the counter for my dog blog Engadget have come across some details of mobile phone operator Three’s summer line up.  They have spotted the Samsung series 7 listed so expect to see it available at a subsidised price in a few months time.

However I hope we see it in stores, and off contract, before then as I am quite interested in this little machine myself!

What about the UK price? Unfortunately it looks like it could be quite expensive given the early indications of the US price. The old joke of using a 1 to 1 USD to GBP conversion rate when pricing tech products is all too often true. Does this mean it will be priced up around £500? We’ll ahve to wait and see!

Have you seen the Series 7 notebook available to buy or pre-order? Please let us know! Post below or visit our Tablet Forum!

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Dan Megson March 30, 2011 at 7:56 pm

Listed for pre-order on expansys but no price etc as yet.

jez March 31, 2011 at 11:17 am

Good spot, Thanks Dan

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