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Asus Vivo Tab

alaTest has collected and analyzed 6 reviews from magazines and websites. Comments about the build quality and portability are generally positive. The battery and design also get good feedback. The responsiveness and value for money get less positive opinions.

screen, design, battery, portability, build quality

value for money, responsiveness

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Tablets the Asus Vivo Tab is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 86/100 = Very good quality.

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ASUS VivoTab Review

 

A long lasting multi-talented tablet.

Excellent battery life with dock attachment, sturdy design and build quality

Keyboard keys need improvement, display is hard to see under certain lighting

Apart from the usual barrage of Windows 8 apps, ASUS have installed a few of their own custom apps. There’s ASUS Webstorage, which lets you sign up to a cloud-based storage solution to backup and retrieve your files. There’s a handy Guide app that...

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ASUS VivoTab

 

The ranking of the ASUS VivoTab RT in our lineup of tablet PCs is indicative of the device's overall functionality and performance. It's far from the most powerful, versatile or slick tablet PC on the market. However, it caters to a small market of...

It's a budget-friendly tablet PC that has an easy-to-view matte screen and a 9-hour battery life

The plastic chassis feels chintzy, and a low-power processor and RAM impede the device's processing speed

If low cost isn't your biggest priority, we recommend considering other tablet PCs on the market.

Recommended!

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Asus Vivo Tab

 

A smart Windows 8 convertible tablet/laptop with simply amazing battery life.

Stylish and metal-clad ; Unmatched battery life ; Brightest screen in class ; Full-size Wacom stylus

Atom still performs poorly ; No integrated stylus slot ; No full-size SD card reader

range, as the release switch is now somewhat awkwardly located at the side of the tablet, rather than easily accessible in the centre of the dock.

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Asus Vivo Tab hands-on

 

The Asus Vivo Tab is powered by Windows 8, and offers a stylish finish. When not stuck in its optional keyboard dock the tablet is larger than most, so may feel a bit unwieldy. We've also got our eye on the Tab's smaller brother, the Vivo Tab RT.

Attractive design ; Windows 8 ; Dock has its own battery

Could be expensive ; Large tablet could prove unwieldy

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