Samsung ATIV Smart PC Windows 8 Tablet from RM1,758 on Celcom

Posted:  January 23, 2013   By:    10 comments   


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If you’re looking for something different, the Samsung ATIV Smart PC running on Windows 8 is now available on contract with Celcom. Retailing at RM2,499, it is offered as low as RM1,758 with contract bundling on Celcom First Data + Voice postpaid plan.

There are 3 options to choose from – Celcom First Data Lite (RM48/month) with 1.5GB, Celcom First Data Basic (RM68/month) with 4GB and Celcom First Data Advance (RM98/month) with 6GB. On contract duration you have a choice of 12 months and 24 months. The Full bundled ATIV Smart PC pricing are as follows:

Celcom First Data Lite (1.5GB) + Voice (12 months) – RM2,108
Celcom First Data Lite (1.5GB) + Voice (24 months) – RM1,958

Celcom First Data Basic (4GB) + Voice (12 months) – RM2,058
Celcom First Data Basic (4GB) + Voice (24 months) – RM1,858

Celcom First Data Advance (6GB) + Voice (12 months) – RM1,998
Celcom First Data Advance (6GB) + Voice (24 months) – RM1,758

In terms of upfront payment, Celcom is requiring between RM200-500 advance payment during sign up. The First Data plans are capable of making voice calls and SMS but they are charged as additional at 15sen/minute for calls and 10 sen per SMS.

To recap on the Samsung ATIV Smart PC tablet specs, it runs on a dual-core 1.8GHz Atom (Clover Trail) processor with 2GB of RAM and 64GB of flash storage. It has a 11.6″ 1366×768 display and comes with a 8MP main camera with a front facing 2MP shooter. Like its Android counterparts, the ATIV Smart PC also comes with its S-Pen stylus as well. You can check out the full hardware details over at Samsung’s ATIV Smart PC page.

As a special promo, Celcom is offering exclusive offers and RM90 Liquipel vouchers for the 1st 200 customers at their Sunway Iconic Store on this coming Friday, 25th January. For more details, head over to Celcom’s Samsung ATIV Smart PC page.

Thanks @nikshaiba for the tip!

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10 Comments for Samsung ATIV Smart PC Windows 8 Tablet from RM1,758 on Celcom

taib

voice plan? ativ smartpc can make voice gsm tel call?

    Kelvin

    Please use your favorite google android to search for the function. Windows 8 is almighty great.

    soyacincau

    The Smart PC isn’t meant for phone calls but the SIM allows it if you use it on a phone

hola

For all S2 user Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean already update to the Galaxy S II

ATIV

ATIV-1.8Ghz Atom Duo Core
Note 10.1 – 1.4Ghz Quad Core
–how about their performance? Will ATIV be slower?
(I'm not so techno-savvy =P)

BehroozB

oh no, don't misunderstand this. Basically, you must know that there are a lot of things that affect the overall performance of any processor beyond frequency (GHz). This is not a proper way to compare processors, specially among different companies ( such as ARM as in Note 10.1 and Intel in Ativ smart pc) or between generations. For example, an Intel Pentium 4 (a very old processor which was launched long time ago) running at 3.8 GHz is much slower compared to any i3, i5 or i7 running at lower GHz. The reason for this is the improvement in architecture allowing for increases in the number of cores as well as improvements in other features (such as cache memory and bus technology) that allow the modern CPU to get more work done in a given clock cycle. So, it is better to compare processors among the same product line. ;-)

    ATIV

    Thanks for the detailed explanation. =)
    Like u said, I guess it's hard to tell whether one is better than the other for these 2 devices just by that.
    By the way, a youtube user said ; "Clovertaril Atom core is about par with Cortex A15 core. A15 core is about twice as powerful as A9 core used in the Note 10.1"

      FNH

      Application-based performance benchmarks are one of the tools that allows for a reasonably reliable comparison for contemporary generation systems.
      I'm not too sure how review sites that do their own testing (since I just read their conclusions) compare individual processors for mobile systems like tablets and smartphones, though, due to their nature of being a packaged solution (unlike desktop processors that can be standardised on a single test platform).
      This recent Toms Hardware review is a good read: http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/gt-p8510-ativ…
      Note that it is reviewing ATIV TAB, the ARM-processor Windows RT version, not the Intel Atom Windows 8, Smart PC (Samsung's muddle-headed classification convention sucks), but the numbers tell the story.

DKMY

why celcom not offer device with data plan only n payperuse voice call… like maxis, digi n umobile…

Noah Burns

I'd wait until Microsoft has worked out all the bugs from Windows 8 before I even consider buying this one. No matter how good the hardware or impressive the specifications, it won't matter if the operating system itself has issues.