ASUS ViVoTab ME400c 10.1-inch Tablet (Black) - (Intel Atom Z2760 1.6GHz Processor, 2GB RAM, 64GB eMMC, WLAN, BT, Webcam, Windows 8 Home)
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- Always on, always connected - with the touch-focused Windows 8 operating system and power saving capabilities, the VivoTab offers a true mobile experience
- Multimedia enjoyment in your hand - with an ultra-portable design, enjoy an ideal multimedia experience anywhere
- Connectivity and expansion - store and share with large internal storage space
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With the new touch-focused Windows 8 operating system, and the advanced power saving capabilities of the next generation Intel Atom processer, the VivoTab ME400 offers a true mobile experience. Always stay on, connected and up to date - wherever you are.
With an ultra-portable design, enjoy an incredible multimedia experience wherever you find yourself; the 10.1 inch IPS panel and ASUS SonicMaster technology provides the ultimate in multimedia enjoyment. Store and share files and data with 64 Gb eMMC flash storage, USB port and 32 Gb of free Asus WebStorage space.
The innovative 3-in-1 TranSleeve Keyboard (sold seperately) can be used as a foldable cover and handy stand, making your VivoTab even easier to use, further boosting your mobility and productivity.
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I bought this for my wife who had a Mac Book from years ago that had ground to a halt. She needed something cheap and light as possible that she could still work on. As a teacher this means native Office 2010, as this is the software installed on the school PC's where she works, I should know, I'm the network manager. Nothing `compatible' works due to the ridiculously complex PowerPoint and spread sheets they create. I have tried iPads and Chromebooks and it's just a nightmare. She also has a very nasty nerve injury in her neck which now means carry anything remotely heavy is out too.
Was going to try Win8 RT, but as this turned up at the same price as Surface, it was not worth bothering with the limitations RT imposes.
So what's it like? First off, the build. Plastic fantastic, by which I mean it's actually quite good. Personally I do not subscribe to the metal is better as I have seen just as many bent iPads as cheap plastic pads. It feels solid in the hand and the screen/case union looks to be well implemented. It's very light which was very important in our case. The back has a slight rubber texture to it which I really like as this negates `tab slip'.
The screen is just average, no crazy resolution, but good enough. Text is sharp and pictures are well saturated. There is a micro USB port for charging, I have got an `on the go' USB lead so she can plug in memory sticks, and this works well. There is a Micro SD card slot, micro HDMI and a combination microphone/headphone jack.Read more ›
I wanted a full Win8 tablet that was light and would take the place of my first generation ipad which I had had enough of because of its reliance on iTunes. I wanted to be able to add media to the device easily, surf the web, read books, listen to music and something I hadn't thought about but I believe is an absolute killer feature, access my pc via the Homegroup facility.
I didn't want an rt version of win8 as I believe that rt is a bit of a faux par on behalf of Microsoft.
The Vivotab Smart is a superb device. Light and well built. The screen is bright and the resolution, for me, is spot on. I had read a review that said that there was flex in the chassis, well I don't know about anyone else but I don't make a habit of twisting tablet devices! The back has a smooth very tactile surface and I like the gloss rim around the screen.
The operating system is handled very well by the processor and ram, I haven't noticed any lag when switching between apps on the tile interface. Talking of the tile interface you either like it or hate it but get used to it because its here to stay.
The apps available in the store may be limited if you compare them to the Apple and Android versions. All I can say about that is I use a few standard apps across all of my devices and the Microsoft store provides for me, however I do use the full websites for a couple of apps that aren't available such as the awful but sadly necessary Facebook.
This brings me on to the great thing about this full Win 8 tablet. The full desktop.Read more ›
I had to send it away to be fixed. This took place in a timely fashion, but the tablet was returned with the camera bezel missing and the Transleeve damaged. They refused to replace the sleeve as I was not meant to send it away (despite my email from the tech support saying otherwise).
I have since returned the tablet as I found that TESCO, PC World, and Currys all had the faulty batch and I could not purchase one that I wouldn't have to send away for repair after purchase.
Don't let this put you off ASUS as they are normally a brilliant company, just this time, they seemed to have sipped on the quality control.
I have given it 4 stars as when setting up formulae in M.S. Excel I can not drag it from cell to cell. I have now ordered a different stylus which may help. I also had to carry out a re-set due to a problem with the screen size in explorer which altered the screen size and would not let me re-size it manually. I lost all of my Norton protection, iTunes and other applications which I now have to re-instal.
That said I consider it a good buy and it compliments my iPad
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Had one of these for some time and loved it at first, however upon doing the Windows 8.1 update things started to go a little strange, only little things, and the final straw was... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Bob H
Asus Vivo Tab ME400c worked great while it lasted. Sent back to amazon with no problems and Purchased sometime later Asus T100Published 18 months ago by Ian
Fab little tablet. Better than my ipad like a little laptop. Well impressed with its speed and efficiency. Read morePublished 22 months ago by lisa w
I have had this excellent tablet for Windows 8 now for quite some time ( upon receival, I first did a system update and bios update.) After that, upgrading to windows 8.1. Read morePublished on 15 Aug. 2014 by Pieter Johan
I wanted a tablet that would run Windows legacy software, had the ability to expand its storage in the form of a micro SD slot and didn't cost the earth. Read morePublished on 31 May 2014 by T. H. S. Forrest
I so looked forward to getting this Windows 8 tablet, but it has not come close to living up to my expectations (based on owning an old iPad). Read morePublished on 6 Mar. 2014 by Michael Lloyd
Windows 8 is something! I wouldn't buy a tablet at all if not w8.it is very helpful at my workPublished on 29 Dec. 2013 by Alexander