ASUS Vivo Tab

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The ASUS Vivo Tab is one of the first Windows 8 Tablet/Laptop Hybrids to feature an Intel Clovertrail platform. With its detachable Keyboard it features a battery lifetime of up to 14hrs. It comes with an Super IPS+ Display with a 10 finger Touchscreen and a wacom stylus with 1024 layers of touch sensitivity.
ASUS Vivo Tab Specifications (base)
Manufacturer ASUS
Model name Vivo Tab
CPU type Intel Atom Z2760 Clovertrail
CPU speed 1800 Mhz
Graphics Intel GMA 3650(Clovertrai
OS Windows 8 / 8.1
Display Size
11.6" 1366 X 768
Screen Type
LED-Backlit LCD
Touch Technology
Multi-touch
RAM 2048 MB
Flash 64 GB
Weight 700gm / 24.7 oz.
Size (w/h/d mm) 294/189/9.0 mm
Size (w/h/d inches) 11.6/7.4/0.4
Physical Interfaces
DC-in
Line-out / Headphone (3.5mm)
Wireless Interfaces
802.11 b/g/n
BT 4.0
No Wireless WAN (e.g. 3G cellular)
Additional Specs and Accessories (can vary)
AC Adaptor
Accelerometer
Capacitive Touchscreen
IPS / Wide-View Display
Keyboard
Microphone
Multitouch Touchpad
Stereo speakers
WebCam 2.0Mp
A-GPS (Internet Assisted)
Camera 8MP Auto-Focus
GPS
Digital pen
Product Notes
Tablet weight: 700Gm Keyboard weight: 660gm
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