Samsung's minitablet PC is finally landing on some store shelves.
The Korean electronics manufacturer said Monday that the Q1--the first brand-name device to use Microsoft's Origami Project software--is now available at all 32 Fry's Electronics locations in the U.S. as well as in some Best Buy stores in Texas.
Until now, the Q1 has been sold online only by Best Buy and CDW. Samsung said in a statement that it has seen "strong initial sales," but the company declined to offer specifics. Samsung launched the $1,100 Windows XP machine last month.