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Asus Vivo Tab and Vivo Tab RT Windows 8 Tablets Officially Announced




Asus has already showed off its latest flagship Windows 8 tablets, ASUS Tablet 810 and the ASUS Tablet 600, at a press conference back in Computex, but today the show floor at IFA 2012 opens to the vast crowd, with the Taiwanese corp unveiling the Vivo Tab and the Vivo Tab RT, which remain identical to those 600 and 810 models that we’ve seen, only this time with a different moniker.

For those who missed out on the spec details for the Vivo Tab (previously known as the Tablet 810), this high-end device runs an Intel Atom CPU with 2GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage, while the IPS screen is 11.6 inches with 1,366 x 768 resolution, 10-point multitouch capabilities, along with a Wacom digitizer input support. The 1.5 pound tablet sports two cameras on board, an 8-megapixel camera with autofocus and LED flash on the back, and a 2-megapixel unit up front. We’re also expecting an NFC chip inside, as well.

As for the Vivo Tab RT (previously known as the Tablet 600), the IPS screen is a bit smaller in here, at 10.1-inches with a 1,366 x 768 resolution. There are 2GB of RAM, and 32GB of internal storage. The new tablet uses a Tegra 3 processor, alongside a 12-core GPU, two cameras, and that same NFC technology running under the hood.

The bonus is that you’re also getting the optional keyboard dock and trackpad, that has become very popular lately. It is a full-fledged island-style keyboard which adds two additional USB ports to the main frame, and another lithium ion battery for near double usage time of work.

Both prices and availability dates are yet to be determined, but you can find more details in the full PR that’s sitting after the break.

Update: ASUS VivoTab RT tablet will be available on October 26th, with prices to start at $599 for the 32GB model (including the keyboard), and $699 for a 64GB version plus the docking station.


ASUS Announces the Incredible Vivo Tab and Vivo Tab RT tablets at IFA

Two new tablets with a dual-purpose design that combines a high-resolution multi-touch display and a detachable QWERTY keyboard dock for a great Microsoft® Windows 8 experience.

IFA, Berlin, Germany, (August 29, 2012) – ASUS, a global leader in the new digital era, today announces two incredible new tablets intended to run Windows 8. First unveiled at Computex in June, the ASUS Vivo Tab and ASUS Vivo Tab RT (formerly known as the ASUS Tablet 810 and ASUS Tablet 600 respectively) open up a new world of mobile possibilities and transform expectations about what tablets can do.

Meet Vivo
With a name taken from the Latin verb “to live”, Vivo is designed as a constant companion that blends the familiar elegance of ASUS tablet design with Microsoft Corporations’ new touch-enabled Windows 8 operating system.

Vivo has a dual-purpose design that combines a high-resolution multi-touch Super IPS+ display with a detachable QWERTY keyboard dock to provide a great Windows 8 experience. ASUS TruVivid technology with Corning® Fit Glass gives improved colour clarity and superior scratch resistance, while the keyboard not only transforms Vivo into a convenient clamshell ultraportable, but also provides a secondary battery for prolonged mains-free use.
With an 11.6″ screen backed by high-precision Wacom digitiser stylus technology, the Vivo Tab is designed with productivity in mind, while the ultra-light Vivo Tab RT is ideally suited to entertainment on the go. Get more done, enjoy new experiences and connect with others in exciting new ways – Vivo makes it all possible.

ASUS Vivo Tab

The ASUS Vivo Tab features the Next Generation Intel® Atom™ processor and has 2GB RAM with 64GB eMMC (embedded multimedia card) user storage. An incredible Windows 8 experience makes it a smart choice for professional and personal use. With support for 1024-level Wacom digitizer for precise work and navigation, ASUS Vivo Tab maximizes productivity and provides the best input experience.

Key to the Vivo Tab’s recipe for Windows 8 is the supplied mobile dock. This instantly transforms the tablet into a compact clamshell ultraportable, complete with full QWERTY keyboard, trackpad, two USB ports and second battery for extended use away from the mains.

The 11.6″ display with a 1366 x 768 resolution uses Super IPS+ technology to deliver superior visual clarity both indoors and out, and its 10-point multi-touch is complemented by Wacom digitiser stylus technology for high-precision stylus input and a more natural writing experience.

Despite its compact dimensions and ultra-thin 8.7mm and 675g profile, the Vivo Tab still delivers superlative sound quality, thanks to the same SonicMaster technology used on ASUS’ award-winning notebooks. High-quality photographs can also be captured with the 8-megapixel rear camera with autofocus and LED flash, along with a 2-megapixel front-facing camera for video chats. The Vivo Tab also features a built-in NFC sensor, enabling the device to easily sync with other NFC-enabled devices.

ASUS Vivo Tab RT

The ASUS Vivo Tab RT has a slim and light profile that’s 8.3mm thin and 520g light. It features the NVIDIA® Tegra® 3 quad-core processor and 12-core GPU for outstanding mobile graphics performance, along with 2GB RAM and 32GB eMMC user storage. Supplied with Windows RT, tablet users with entertainment in mind will find a great partner in the Vivo Tab RT.
The Vivo Tab RT also has the same innovative Transformer design as the Vivo Tab and is supplied with its own mobile dock that provides a QWERTY keyboard, track pad, USB port and built-in battery.

Windows 8 apps, games and movies will look incredible on the Vivo Tab RT’s 10.1″ display with 1366 x 768 resolution and Super IPS+ technology, while ASUS SonicMaster technology ensures top-quality audio. The Vivo Tab RT has the same high-quality front and rear cameras as the Vivo Tab too, making it an excellent all-round multimedia performer. It also features a built-in NFC sensor, enabling the device to easily sync with other NFC-enabled devices.

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