Asus already has shown a talent for innovative design with its Transformer Pad series of Android tablets. Now they began to enter the Windows tablet by introducing a new series that is Asus Vivo Tab RT come to handles many tasks well.
The tablet weighs just 1.19 pounds, and measures 10.35 by 6.73 by 0.33 inches. That’s slightly narrower and lighter than the Infinity, which measures 10.4 by 7.1 by 0.3 inches and weighs 1.31 pounds. the back of the Vivo Tab RT has a brushed aluminum finish covering the bottom two-thirds of the device. A grooved plastic strip goes across the top that houses the 8-MP camera, flash and NFC connection area.
Asus Vivo Tab has a power button in on the top left side, a volume rocker on the right and a microHDMI port hidden behind a tiny (and tight) door on the upper left side. The left side also houses a microSD Card slot and a switch for detaching the tablet from its keyboard dock.
With its 10-inch Super IPS+ display and 1366 x 768 resolution, the Asus Vivo Tab RT has one of the best and brightest canvases we’ve seen for Windows 8′s Modern interface. The Vivo Tab RT has a 1.3GHz Nvidia Tegra 3 quad-core processor (1.4GHz in single-core use) and has 2GB of system memory, as with all Tegra 3-based Windows RT tablets
Vivo Tab RT have a 8-MP shooter will satisfy. It’s certainly higher resolution than the Surface’s 1-MP camera. The front-facing camera 2-MP camera on the Vivo Tab made our face look fairly grainy even directly under florescent light.
The Asus Vivo Tab RT has two power sources, a 25WHr battery inside the tablet, and an additional 22WHr battery inside the bundled keyboard dock. Combined, these two batteries lasted 11 hours and 15 minutes on the LAPTOP Battery Test, which involves continuous Web surfing over Wi-Fi with the display on 40 percent brightness. The slate portion of the Vivo Tab lasted 6:33, which is about a half hour less than the tablet category average (6:59). The third-gen iPad lasted about 10 hours.