During Samsung’s press conference at this years IFA Trade Show old Sammy unveiled something we didn’t expect, the new Series 7 and Series 5 Windows 8 tablets, both of which come in the some sort of design with an 11 inch screen but the Series 5 comes with an Atom based processor, whereas the Series 7 packs Intel’s i5 processor, oh and their different prices, obviously.

Both of the tablets will also come with support for the S Pen apps currently found on the Galaxy Note 10.1, and will be available with an optional keyboard dock that can be attached via a magnetic hinge, much like the surface, but the Series 5 resolution will top out at 1,366 x 768 whilst the Series 7 will provide full 1080p resolution.

Both systems will also run Windows 8 onto the devices, alongside various applications including, All Share, a DLNA media-sharing app and of course that all so famous (from yesterday) start menu widget, alongside which will also be specific S Pen apps including S Note and various others from the Android platform.

The Series 5 and Series 7 tablets will be available from October 26th but will obviously come with different prices, the Series 7 will be available for $1,119 with 4GBs of RAM a 128GB SSD and will include a keyboard, whereas the Series 5 will be much cheaper at $649, but will only include 2GBs of RAM and a 64GB SSD, and their will be no keyboard included, but you can purchase the keyboard for $99 or buy a bundle for $749.

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