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ASUS M80TA-DL001H 8.0-inch VivoTab Note 8 Tablet (Intel Atom Z3740 1.33GHz Processor, 2GB RAM, 32GB eMMC, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, Webcam, Built-in Speaker, Microphone, Touch Screen, Windows 8.1)

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Technical Details
BrandASUS
Item Weight399 g
Product Dimensions13.3 x 1.1 x 22.1 cm
Batteries:1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
Item model numberM80TA-DL001H
SeriesM80TA-DL001H
Form FactorTablet
Screen Size8 inches
Processor BrandIntel
Processor TypeAtom
Processor Speed1.33 GHz
Processor Count4
RAM Size2 GB
Hard Drive Size32 GB
Graphics Card DescriptionIntegrated
Wireless Type802.11A, 802.11G, 802.11n
Voltage5 volts
Operating SystemWindows 8
Lithium Battery Energy Content15 watt_hours
Lithium Battery Packagingbatteries_contained_in_equipment
Lithium Battery Weight380 Grams
  
Additional Information
ASINB00H51RLEA
Best Sellers Rank 54,034 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight621 g
Date First Available6 Nov. 2013
  
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Incredible 8" Windows 8.1 Tablet with Professional Wacom Stylus Pen

Designed for Note-taking

The VivoTab Note 8 is designed especially slim to enable one-handed use for writing notes, and at just 380 g it’s light enough to use for hours. Its slim bezels, IPS high-definition display and elegant aesthetic design give it pride of place in any business or educational environment.

With Windows 8.1, use any WinOS app you already own, switching between the updated, Modern Interface and the traditional desktop as needed.

High-performance Productivity

The VivoTab Note 8 is powered by an Intel Atom Z3740 processor for perfect balance of multi-tasking performance and outstanding energy efficiency,

With up to 8 hours battery life, the VivoTab Note 8 can last for a working day before it needs to be recharged and with Microsoft Office Home & Student 2013, supplied preinstalled, your productivity will know no bounds.

Up to 64GB of solid-state storage plus up to 128GB MicroSD and unlimited WebStorage (1 year) gives plenty of space for apps, media and files.

Premium Wacom EMR Technology

The professional digitiser pen sits neatly in its holder, along the bottom edge of the tablet, so it’s always on hand when you need it. It is based on premium Wacom technology, affording accuracy, speed, responsiveness and palm rejection. This, combined with over 2014 levels of pressure sensitivity, provides a natural writing or drawing experience, meaning you really can throw out your notebook: the VivoTab Note is all you need.

A Screen That’s Easy on the Eyes

Taking a tablet to bed is one way to catch up on some reading, but it’s not always advisable. Bright light can dazzle in a dark environment and the high-energy visible light emitted by traditional computer displays has been linked to age-related macular degeneration. The VivoTab Note 8 features a special ‘reading mode’ to help avoid this. When activated, it automatically adjusts the screen settings to greatly reduce the amount of high-frequency blue/violet light to create a more comfortable reading experience.

Sound quality
Serious About Sound Quality

Developed by the team of experts in the ASUS Golden Ear team, SonicMaster audio technology uses a tailored mix of hardware and software to enhance sound quality to a level far above what you might expect from so small a laptop.

Big speakers with large resonance chambers give rich, rounded bass and sophisticated audio processing tools boost the frequency range to make music, movies and games sound fantastic.

Another Way to Watch, Listen and Play

VivoTab Note 8 features Windows 8.1 with a host of updated Xbox entertainment apps. Xbox Music lets you stream millions of songs for free and Xbox Games connects to your Xbox Gamertag, too, so it’s easy to connect and play with friends.

You can also use VivoTab Note 8 as a touch-screen remote control and a second game screen while you play -- and all without a wire in sight.

ASUS VivoTab Note 8 VersaSleeve – Wrap up in Elegant Functionality

Keep your ASUS VivoTab Note 8 safe and secure with the smart stylish VersaSleeve dual-stance folio cover. The VersaSleeve features a durable, soft-touch polyurethane outer coat and a microfiber interior that protects the VivoTab Note 8 from everyday bumps and scratches.

VersaSleeve features an ergonomic 2-way folding stand design that props up your VivoTab Note 8 to an ideal position for watching videos or typing.

Box Contains

Tablet;Stylus;Manual;UK Power Adapter


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

3.6 out of 5 stars

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Antoine HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on 25 Mar. 2014
After owning the very successful nexus 7, also made by Asus, I had some great expectations for this tablet. I must admit that my first impressions were not very favourable when compared to the Nexus 7, namely the screen resolution and battery life. However it has to be said that this is an unfair comparison due to different operating systems.

So I decided to perform some level playing field comparisons by heading to the local computer shop to try out other 8 inch tablets running Windows 8. I discovered that the Asus Vivo Tab Note 8 holds the edge in most departments (at time of writing this review).

The first thing that you will notice when handling this tablet is the sturdy build quality. The rubberised back offers a good grip and there is no fear that this tablet might slip out of you hand. And while the 1280 x 800 screen resolution is a mere 188ppi it retains great colour saturation thanks to the IPS display. The Multi touch display is also very responsive.

The key selling points:
○ This little 8" tablet runs the full version of Windows 8.1, an extension of your office in such a tiny package!!
○ The included Wacom Digitiser pen works a treat, with effective palm rejection. (Needs calibration for optimal performance)
○ SD card slot, which allows for a maximum of a further 32GB

Functionality:
I am really surprised at the speed of this little device. Let's not forget that it is running the full version of Windows!! The Intel Atom Z3740 quad-core, 1.86GHz processor and 2GB of RAM seem to do the trick! After calibrating the digitiser pen, I found it to be very accurate, and great for note taking. It is a true extension of my desktop, great for travelling, writing documents on the go, using Skype... ticks all the right boxes for me!
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Chris on 15 Feb. 2014
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I wanted a tablet for writing mainly. My first choice was a Kindle HDX and I almost bought it. The only thing that restrained me from buying it, was lack of micro sd slot and moustly no access to Google Store. Then I set my mind on Nexus 7 as for one of the best Android Tablets on the market atm, I liked the fact that I could use Amazon app store and Play Google at the same time. Nevertheless I abandoned the idea of buying nexus, as soon as I noticed another ASUS product, which was VivoTab Note 8 (full windows 8.1 and office 2013? come on!). I decided to give it a go, despite my concerns that 2 gb ram tablet with full windows could be too slow.

Thus, I do not regret my purchase. This tablet is like a PC, not restricted to any app stores. You can do what you please. It is fast, neat and office 2013 works perfect. In addition I bought 64gb micro sd card, so I have almost 100 gb on tablet. Dunno why Nexus/Kindle do not provide that.

Make: up to the mark, I cant complain.
Sound: better that many laptops, it has two speakers on the back.
Display: well, its not like nexus7 but its good enough. I read somewhere that it is a bit too dim, but if you go to settings and disable dimmed view (even if brightness is at 100% and you have adaptive dimmed brightness on it will be darker), then its fine.
Graphics: well, I played with it in Civilization 5 with latest adds... Its amazing. Of course I have to set Video Settings to the lowest and close all other programs that use RAM, but it was playable without glitches.
Office 2013: yeah, I do not have to search for meaningless office-like apps through the play store anymore
Price: 299 pounds, I do not think this is expensive. Fair price for tablet that is like a decent laptop PC.

Cons: No mini HDMI...
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By E. Biggs on 2 Mar. 2014
What we have here (and I own one by the way) is the most finished Win8.1 8inch device on the market. On paper, a number the specs lag the competition (1080p, 32GB, no HDMI) but the combination of solid hardware, a pen for note taking, cheap price, full-desktop features, free Office licence, great sound and lack of gimmicks results in a device that delivers what it sets out to do and most owners will agree with me. Take 1080 for example. No one wants to hear that they don't need it on an 8inch device but the evidence points to a worse experience cost/tech vs batterylife/desktop usability on a tablet. If you only use metro apps you probably don't need alot of storage but just in case Asus include a microsd. You may hardly use hdmi on a tablet but just in case, have miracast. All of the choices feel balanced and deliberate and I dont hate Asus for making them. I've had my tablet for a week now and I am really sold on it. It deserves to be a success and I hope you agree with me but more importantly buy one and enjoy a great experience too.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By RunStu on 14 Dec. 2014
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OK so I like using W8.1, yes it is definitely a better experience on a touch screen. So for me it was all about the tablet.
I was after a smaller device that could run MS Office and pen/stylus input for work and note taking. I also wanted a lightweight unit for using when reading online, including the 'Nook' app.

With limited choice this was really the only contender.
I have to say it is a very good little tablet. Speed is pretty good across all applications, if anything better than I had anticipated. Video playback, streaming or from a micro sdxc card (64gb) is good without any hic-ups. I have even run video editing software from the card and for an on the move, quick and easy solution, it was OK. I certainly wouldn't edit anything to large with the Asus though, not that it was ever intended for that sort of use.

Bluetooth connection is all good, as is the wi-fi - better than the iPad at work in both cases.

Ok, so the screen resolution is not up to some others out there, but on this size of screen is it really that important? Sound quality through the tiny rear speakers is not too bad at all. Better with a decent Bluetooth speaker for music though.

Using the stylus is a doddle, with plenty of note taking apps around: OneNote, Journal, Bamboo Paper and more... It does the job nicely. Accuracy of the input is good although the occasional re-calibration is required, but that shouldn't really be a surprise.

If you are looking to get your hands on one of these just remember what it was designed for, it is not a laptop or desktop replacement. It is however a very handy companion, especially if you are using other W8 products.
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