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SlashGear has spent some time with the Samsung Q1 and gave it a multi-page review yesterday. All in all, I think it’s a fair and honest piece; most of the negatives are nothing new, such as lack of a keyboard hurting productivity, screen input takes getting […]

samsung-q1-8.jpgSlashGear has spent some time with the Samsung Q1 and gave it a multi-page review yesterday. All in all, I think it’s a fair and honest piece; most of the negatives are nothing new, such as lack of a keyboard hurting productivity, screen input takes getting used to, etc…. One point of clarification in the review I noticed: there’s a comment that the RAM can’t be upgraded from 512MB, which we all know is not the case.

What’s interesting and worth looking at in SlashGear’s take are some of the usage details and pictures of Samsung accessories. If you’re curious about the Samsung USB keyboard, organizer case and optical drive, there’s information on all three.

  1. Cool! another blog to read!

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  2. Kevin,

    If possible, would you kindly do a video focusing on the Q1 with daily usage softwares such as OneNote, MS Word, MindManager, OutLook, etc.? Currently, I wonder how much of a use can a user depend on the Q1 for these daily apps, aside from surfing the web.

    Thank you in advance.
    John

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  3. Ooh! and show us how you use your extra battery in your workflow…too!

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