Asus Vivo Tablet RT – New war in the Tablet zone

It wasn’t enough for us to be a part of a very intensely technologically driven world. The Taiwanese multinational software and electronics company ASUS, has now announced that its new Vivo Tab RT is open for pre-order. The Tablet business has now become as cut throat as it can be, with new innovations and soft-wares, the customer are spoilt for choice.

Asus Vivo Tab RT
Asus Vivo Tab RT

The tablet will officially be launched on the 26th of October. ASUS has been working with Microsoft in developing Windows 8 convertible tablets. The Tablet has features of a 10”, 1366 x 768 resolution IPS touch screen display and is powered by a quad-core ARM-based processor and runs Windows RT operating system. The ASUS Vivo TAB RT has 2GB RAM and includes 32GB of internal storage, which is expandable with a microSD card.

ASUS Vivo Tab RT Hands-On:

The Vivo Tab  is available with a mobile dock that provides a QWERTY keyboard which transforms it into a “Slate PC”, a track pad, USB port and built-in battery. This Tablet is a great buy for Windows lovers with entertainment in mind, and a great quality deliverance. The Tablet owns many other interesting features.

Competitors of the Asus Vivo Tab Rt include Lenovo’s IdeaPad Yoga 11, Dell XPS 10, Samsung Ativ Tab, Sony VAIO Duo 11 among others. They all are also of the similar price range.

Now, the question is will you change your tablet for an expensive more promising one, and pre-order it for $600?. The tablet market is getting confusing for many of its consumers, with price tags sky rocketing especially by the time they reach India. Do you thing the Asus Vivo Tab RT is worth investing in?

Published by Syeda Fatima

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