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SAMSUNG Q1P Ultra-Mobile PC Intel Pentium M 723(1.00 GHz) 7" WVGA 1GB 60GB Intel GMA900 Windows XP Tablet PC Edition

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  • Intel Pentium M 723(1.00 GHz)
  • 1GB 60GB
  • 802.11b/g Wireless LAN

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  • Overview
  • Specifications
  • Warranty & Returns
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You'd be hard-pressed to find a more portable PC than the Samsung Q1. Measuring just an inch thick, this 1.7-pound wonder runs Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium and Windows Media Center to help manage your digital audio, video, and photo libraries. Vista also integrates new search tools throughout the operating system, and offers new tools that can warn you of impending hardware failures.

It boasts a 7-inch touch-screen display for on-the-go data entry. Despite its small size, this tiny tablet packs a host of powerful features, including Intel Pentium M processor, 1GB of memory, 60GB hard drive, plus built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. It supports a wide range of video formats, so you can load almost anything video and enjoy it even without booting up the computer!

Fully capable of running Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, this is a full-featured system capable of becoming your complete business assistant. Use the Q1 to read e-books, connect to the net, and take care of your e-mail. Prove that you can take it with you: take the Q1!

  • newegg Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium includes all of the capabilities of Windows Media Center for easy management of your digital audio, video, and photo libraries. Vista also integrates new search tools throughout the operating system, and offers new tools that can warn you of impending hardware failures.
  • newegg Intel Pentium M Ultra Low Voltage Processor Based on an architecture designed specifically for mobile computing, the Intel Pentium M Ultra Low Voltage processor delivers a balanced level between mobile processor technology and exceptional value for sleeker, lighter laptops with low power consumption.
  • newegg Convergence of Digital Technology Slim, sleek and shinning through with features, the Samsung Q1 is purposefully designed for high performance mobile computing with multimedia and provides the ultimate on-the-go freedom and flexibility.
  • newegg Instant Entertainment The essence of the Samsung Q1 lies in its groundbreaking multimedia functionality – the instant-on AVS Multimedia allows you to watch movies, view photos and enjoy music at the touch of a button; the 3 button pad combined with an 8-way stick is ideal for PC gaming. The enhanced SRS TruSurround sound is an alternative to traditional MP3 players.
  • newegg Communicate without Limitations The Samsung Q1 features the latest 10/100 Ethernet, 802.11bg wireless and Bluetooth 2.0 (EDR) standards for peerlessly fast and flexible connectivity. With the twin array microphone, make calls over the Internet using VoIP!
  • newegg Ultimate Mobility Compact and sleek, weighing just 1.7 Lbs, the Samsung Q1 can be used in confined spaces - meeting rooms, the plane, in the car and even while standing up - with complete comfort.

Learn more about the SAMSUNG Q1P


Part Number
Built-in Devices
Stereo Speakers, Array Microphone, Bluetooth antenna, Wireless LAN antenna


CPU Type
Intel Pentium M
CPU Speed
723(1.00 GHz)
CPU Technology
Ultra Low Voltage (ULV)
Data Bus Speed
400 MHz
L2 Cache


Chipset Type
Intel 915GMS


RAM Installed Size


Hard Drive Capacity

Dimension / Weight

1.7 lbs.

Operating System / Software

OS Provided
Windows XP Tablet PC Edition


Screen Size
Display Type
Max Resolution
800 x 480
Widescreen Display


Graphics Processor
Intel GMA900
Video Memory
Shared 128MB


Audio Output
Sound card

Input Device(s)

Input Devices
Touch Screen, 8 Way Joystick


Wireless LAN
802.11b/g Wireless LAN
Bluetooth v2.0

Expansion / Connectivity

Display / Video Ports
1 x VGA
Audio Ports
1 x Headphone Jack

Card Reader

Supported Flash Memory Cards
CF Type II


Battery Type
3-cell Lithium-ion
Run Time (Up To)
3 hours
Warranty, Returns, And Additional Information
  • Warranty
  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year
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Customer Reviews of the SAMSUNG Q1P

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  • Alison H.
  • 11/9/2007 8:01:55 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsLove it so much!

Pros: Superb. Those reviewers who can't figure out what it's for are clueless. Light, small, much easier to carry than most PC's. I can read or surf while lying down; take it with me to the library or whatever.

Cons: 800x400 resolution sometimes inconvenient; bumping up the rez is easy but makes text blurry. For small amounts of data entry I'd love a thumb keyboard; the on-screen keyboard is cumbersome, handwriting "recognition" useless. Bluetooth locks up if I send too much data through it. Short battery life. No SD card reader.

Other Thoughts: I use a Stowaway Bluetooth keyboard and a Bluetooth mouse, which work great and are light and convenient. It has so many great design features built in. I love this machine so much that I'm upgrading to a Q1 Ultra, which addresses all my Cons.

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  • Robert T.
  • 7/4/2007 12:57:47 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsVery Pleased

Pros: It is faster and more powerful than I expected. Fills the gap between my Pocket PC and my 17 inch screen laptop quite well. Pretty good choice for a "road warrior" that needs more power and compatibility than a handheld, but more compact than a laptop. For entertainment AND work. Screen quality is excellent, especially considering that it is a touch screen.

Cons: The Compact Flash card slot is a joke... and a poor joke at that. Incredibly slow: With the Q1 otherwise idle; Transferring 3 .01 gigs of mixed files from a 120X CF card in the slot takes 55.5 minutes. Transferring the same files from the same card through a CF->USB adapter takes only 14.1 minutes.

So, if you are a photographer transferring big capacity cards from a high megapixel camera, either be very patient or find a different solution.

I don't like the way that things scroll using the stylus. There may be a way to change that through settings, but I haven't found it yet. It will only scroll a few lines before 'stalling', then you have to pick up the stylus, tap outside the scroll bars and start over. The directional cursor buttons on the right or the jog knob on the left work better for scrolling, but it is kind of inconvenient compared to using the stylus.

Other Thoughts: You definitely will want to get an external keyboard if you are going to do much text entry unless you are a highly skilled cell phone 'texter'.

An external mouse makes things easier if you are at a desk or table too.

While there are some reports of people getting a Compact Flash GPS to work with these units, most people can't get them to function. I sure couldn't after three solid days of trying. The GPS experts say that the internal signals of the computer interfere with the GPS signals.

So, I bought a cheap USB GPS, and it works like a dream. Most people get a bluetooth one, and report that it works fine. So, if you already have a CF GPS, give it a try, maybe you will get lucky. If not, and you want to use the Q1 for navigating, plan to buy either USB or Bluetooth.

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  • Ron V.
  • 1/13/2007 1:33:44 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsGreat tool!

Pros: The Q1 is a great fit between the small size of a normal PDA and the power of a laptop. I needed something more than my iPAQ but couldn't lug around my Sony Vaio, the Q1 was the perfect answer. Screen clarity and resolution are great, and battery life for me with the standard battery is 4-5 hours even using a USB powered external H/D, I couldn't ask for more. I run M/S Office including Powerpoint as well as several other applications and the Superlink that comes with the Q1 allows easy backup to my office PC. A great investment and a reliable, versatile tool for productivity.

Cons: You have to be patient with the handwriting recognition if you use the stylus, it takes a while to get comfortable with, but I normally use the keyboard anyway so it wasn't a problem for me. The only real problem I've encountered is that it is difficult to remove compactflash cards from the unit but this may get easier with time, after a couple of months they still fit so tight they're hard to get out without prying them out.

Other Thoughts: Definitely invest in the organizer with the USB keyboard, it makes the Q1 very easy to keep with you and use at a moment's notice.

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  • Michael B.
  • 12/29/2006 11:39:52 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsJust what I needed

Pros: The right size. (the sony ux is TOO small...never thought I would say THAT!) Just enough processor, ram, hdd, and with the 6-cell optional battery, just enough battery life. With the integrated keybopard in the organizer it is a good laptop...pop the tablet out of the organizer and it is a truly portable PC. I got all the options...KB, a Targus Bluetooth Mouse, bluetooth headphones, the car charger, an extra AC adapter for travel and one permanently affixed to my desk at home. A nylon case from Targus $xx completes the ensemble but is not needed. In the Samsung organizer the pc and KB together are the size of a day-planner book.

Cons: Wish there was a PC-card (PCMCIA) interface instead of the CF memory interface. I want to link to wireless broadband via Verizon/Sprint/Cingular. The UX has this as an optional internal card. Bluetooth sometimes cannot keep up with a bluetooth mouse and the Motorola H820 stereo headphones when used together. If the headphones start to "stutter" turn off the mouse and use the pointer stylus.

Other Thoughts: As near perfect a truly new category of computer product as I have seen. The next generation of this should be right on the money...Little was left out and what was included works well with the few caveats I mentioned.

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4 out of 5 eggsQ1

Pros: Reasonably fast for its size. Powerful enough for World of Warcraft, bright screen.

Cons: "Joystick" on left side of screen is basically your 4 arrow keys. Problem with these are that you cant use diagnials.

Other Thoughts: I wish it had more programmable buttons, but the 4 on the right work well enough.

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  • David H.
  • 11/29/2006 12:34:18 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsJust what I needed

Pros: SIZE, connectivity, versitility, size... I was tired of my old laptop becoming a cinder block after an hour in an airport. This thing does everything it did minus the weight and for the same price. People go out of thier way to ask about it. It feels like a notepad in your hand when your on the couch relaxing. 60Gigs and 1Gig of ram.

Cons: I've heard bad things about these small hard drives failing, so I invested in an 8Gig CF card to handle the multi-media accessing. Very nice expensive looking packaging. Portable DVD drives are expensive and unreliable; everything is going to thumb drives now anyway.

Other Thoughts: The OS is XP Tablet edition. I don't know if they changed since the last review. If you feel confortable with a keyboard, there are plenty of small keyboards designed for tablet/PDAs. Can't beat what you get for the price.

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  • Carlyle H.
  • 11/16/2006 11:16:35 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsThey've finally made a handheld PC

Pros: lightweight, easily carried in a purse or briefcase, enough processing power to carry out everyday tasks with reasonable speed, most importantly it runs Windows XP so most anything that will install on your home pc will install on this

Cons: battery life is about 1.5 to 2 hours with constant processor and hard drive usage, 3 hours at most at idle, This however is enough for what I want to use it for

Other Thoughts: Overall a very well thought out product with plenty of connectivity.

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