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German retailer puts Samsung ATIV Q up for pre-order, suggests it'll cost €1,599

Edgar Alvarez, @abcdedgar
July 1, 2013
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Samsung released a plethora of shiny new products at its Premiere 2013 event last month, but the company didn't exactly dive into too many pricing and availability specifics. One of these novel devices was the ATIV Q, a 13.3-inch, 3,200 x 1,800 slider that runs both Windows 8 and Android (4.2). Now, if German retailer ARLT Computer is to be believed, Samsung's intriguing machine could come with a hefty €1,599 price tag in Europe -- a figure the company hasn't confirmed yet. Furthermore, the listing on the pre-order page suggests the ATIV Q could go on sale as early as July 8th, though according to Notebook Italia, the outfit has said the dual-OS device won't be available until sometime in August. Either way, it won't be too long before it hits shelves, so it looks like you may need to break that piggy bank soon enough.

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