Updated: Fri, 21 Jun 2013 08:15:00 GMT | By Paul Lamkin, senior editor, MSN Tech
Samsung ATIV Tab 3 hands-on review

Samsung ATIV Tab 3



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Let’s start with the design because, in full-fat (i.e. not RT) Windows 8 tablets, we’ve never really seen anything looking so swish. Think Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1.

The white on silver design is one that will be familiar to anyone who has picked up a Samsung Galaxy mobile device in the last year or so, but the super-sveltness of the ATIV TAB 3 is like nothing you’ve ever seen before from a Windows 8 machine.

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