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ASUS M80TA VivoTab 8-inch Tablet (Intel Atom Z3740 1.8GHz, 2GB RAM, 64GB SSD, WLAN, BT, Webcam, Windows 8.1 Professional)
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With a slim bezel, the ASUS VivoTab Note 8 is designed especially to enable one-handed use for writing notes, and at just 380g it's light enough to use for hours. With Windows 8.1 Pro, use any WinOS app you already own, switching between the updated, modern interface and the traditional desktop as and when you ned to.
VivoTab is powered by a quick Intel Atom processor for a perfect balance of multitasking performance and outstanding energy efficiency. With up to 8 hours battery life, the VivoTab can last for a whole working day before it needs to be recharged, so your productivity is no longer constrained by time.
ViVoTab benefits from 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. Wacom pen technology offers the best possible accuracy, speed, responsiveness and palm rejection. This, combined with over 1024 levels of pressure sensitivity, provides an extremely natural writing or drawing experience, meaning that the ViVoTab may well make your notebook redundant.
Model Year: 2014
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First of all, having full windows 8.1 on a tablet is far superior than any android tablet. The windows app store is lacking but has some decent apps if you look long enough.
The screen is nice, battery life is quite decent, and the speakers are what you'd expect from a tablet this size, nothing special.
Now on to the pen, I've seen some reviews about some edge issues and such, which is a shame, but does not ruin the experience or notetaking in my opinion.
I've installed software like steam, Photoshop and sketchpad, which all work fine, games can be run on the tablet (low usage games mainly, civ 5 works well) but it can stream from a desktop computer just fine.
The screen can get quite smudged so I'd recommend getting a screen protector.
Over all I absolutely love this tablet, granted there might be better alternatives but I think the flaws are not deal breaking .
I can't really comment on the camera as I don't use it, its adequate I guess.
Don't buy one! Not only did it constantly freeze, and get stuck at the "getting windows ready" or "restarting" screen during many of it's constant updates, when it WAS working, it was still useless.
I had bought it to try out digital drawing. The stylus pen it comes with is not pressure sensitive (i.e. you're either making a mark, or you're not). Even with a proper pen, the lag is absolutely ridiculous. You spend half the time waiting for the tablet to recognise that you've drawn something, making it impossible for sketching styles where you draw lines quite quickly (e.g. for hair).
Save up and get something better.
Saw several reviews about the pen inaccuracy... condswallup... works perfectly fine, sure if you angle it enough then it becomes increasingly inaccurate, but it is a proper nib, not an inprecise blob of a nib... at 90 degrees it is bang on up to the edges... slope it down to 20 or 30 degrees it will be a few mill out.
The charging takes forever, even with the genuine cable and plug.
You even see the battery dropping while charging and using it at the same time.
Need to power the device off, and leave it about 10 hours to get a full charge. Exactly the same as my ASUS made Nexus 7 (2012) model.
Wont be ASUS products anymore. Have replaced this with a Sony Tablet, and this is working perfectly.
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