ASUS VivoTab 810 is a Windows 8 tablet and a laptop
ASUS has just released the VivoTab 810 Windows 8 tablet that offers high performance on the go and a mobile dock with a full keyboard for increased productivity.
The VivoTab 810 has an 11.6-inch screen with a HD resolution of 1366 x 768 and has an Intel Atom dual core 1.8Ghz processor.
With this sort of power under the hood, it allows the Windows 8 operating system to run just as well on the device as it would on a laptop or desktop computer.
Image clarity on the screen is enhanced with reduced display thickness while the tough Corning Fit glass has an anti-fingerprint coating to keep the screen clean and clear.
The VivoTab has a sleek metallic design and is just 8.7mm thick and weighs in at a slender 675g.
The device also has quad speakers for impressive audio performance as well as an 8-megapixel camera with a five-element lens and auto focus.
Also included with the VivoTab 810 is a Wacom digitizer stylus to offer direct and precise input with a range of compatible applications.
This hybrid device allows easy portability when it’s in tablet mode but the mobile dock, which includes a hidden hinge, allows the device to transform into a notebook complete with a full keyboard and a trackpad.
Also included on the dock are two USB ports and an internal battery which can add more than 9 hours of charge to take it up to an impressive 19 hours of mobile use.
The VivoTab 810 is available now from authorised ASUS reseller and major retailers including JB Hi-Fi, Harvey Norman and Dick Smith Electronics.
It is priced at $1099 and includes the mobile keyboard dock and Wacom stylus.