VivoTab Smart Tablet with Intel Atom processor introduced

Jan 03, 2013

ASUS last week launched the VivoTab Smart tablet with 10.1-inch HD display and full Windows 8 experience.

Thin and light, VivoTab Smart features an Intel Atom dual-core processor for full compatibility with new and existing Windows 8 software, and an optional TranSleeve Keyboard that magnetically combines screen protection with a for enhanced productivity.

Just 9.7mm thin and 580g light, ASUS VivoTab Smart has a 10.1-inch LED-backlit display with a crisp 1366 x 768 HD resolution. IPS delivers 178-degree wide viewing angles and ensures clear and bright images, even when seen from the side. VivoTab Smart also features 5-point multi-touch for fluid fingertip control with Windows 8. The TranSleeve Keyboard is an innovative accessory that is a cover, keyboard, and stand all rolled into one. It not only aids in the typing experience, but protects the tablet as well.

With its Intel Atom Z2760 dual-core processor, VivoTab Smart delivers fast and responsive performance, while still providing up to 9.5 hours battery life on a single charge. VivoTab Smart gives complete peace of mind to users too, thanks to complete compatibility with both Windows 8 Store and Desktop apps, along with plug and play support for a wide range of existing peripherals.

ASUS VivoTab Smart features high-quality cameras front and rear. The 8-megapixel rear camera with auto-focus, five-element lens and 1080p Full HD captures precious moments with crystal clarity, while the front 2-megapixel camera is perfect for face-to-face video chat. VivoTab Smart also features renowned ASUS SonicMaster for incredible sound quality with all kinds of listening material from its built-in .

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