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    Samsung Gloria Windows 7 tablet with sliding keyboard

    Samsung Gloria Windows 7 tablet with sliding keyboard

    Samsung Gloria Windows 7 tablet with sliding keyboard


    Reportedly, Samsung is currently developing a Windows 7 tablet PC with a slide-out keyboard.

    New Windows tablet with sliding keyboard

     The report says that a forthcoming tablet from Samsung, codenamed Samsung Gloria, will feature a 10-inch touchscreen display and a slide-out keyboard.  The picture above is a mock-up, which shows a landscape slider. Samsung may manage to develop an adjustable display mechanism like the one found on the HTC Touch Pro. On a device this large, however, such a mechanism would likely cause the device to topple over. The report is convinced the device is destined for market.  According to the report, the Samsung Gloria will be released some time in March or April 2011.

    Posted 12/8/10

    David Novak
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