Asus Vivo Tab

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Market Status: Available in India

Release Date: 2012-11-15

Updated on:Sep 02, 2014

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Key Features

  • Windows v8
  • 11.6 Inch, 1366x768 px display, IPS LCD
  • 1800 MHz processor
  • 8 MP Primary Camera, 2 MP Secondary
  • WiFi, NFC
  • 64 GB Internal Memory
  • 2 GB RAM

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General Information

Brand Asus
Model Vivo Tab
Touch Screen
Yes, Capacitive Touchscreen, Multi-touch
675 grams
294.2 x 188.8 x 8.70 mm
Box Contents Tablet, Battery, Charger, USB Cable, User Manual, Warranty Card
Also Known As Asus Tablet 810


Operating System Windows v8
Applications SuperNote, Guide, Vibe Lite, ASUS Camera, MyLibrary, MyDictionary, Asus WebStorage, Amazon imgKindle
Sensors Accelerometer, Compass, Gyroscope, Hall Sensor, Light sensor


1.8 GHz, Intel Atom Z2760
2 GB


Internal Memory
64 GB
Expandable Memory


Screen Size
11.6 Inch
Screen Resolution
1366 x 768 pixels
Pixel Density
135 ppi
Display Type IPS LCD


Main Camera
Yes, 8 MP, Auto focus
Front Camera
Yes, 2 MP
Video Recording
1920x1080 fps
Yes, Digital Zoom
Camera Features Auto Focus


Talk Time
Up to 10.5 Hours(2G)

Internet & Connectivity

Yes, Wi-Fi 802.11, b/g/n
Yes, v4.0
Yes, with GPS
USB Connectivity
Yes, USB Port, USB 2.0, HDMI Port, Micro HDMI (Type D)
More Connectivity
NFC, Micro HDMI (Type D)


Loudspeaker Yes
Audio Jack 3.5 mm

11 Expert Reviews for Asus Vivo Tab

Overall Expert Rating (4 Out of 5 based on 8 ratings)


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  • Asus Vivo Tab
    | cnet

    Asus is diving into Windows 8 with enthusiasm, prepping two tablets that boast keyboard docks, as well as the latest edition of Microsoft`s operating system. One such gadget is the Asus Vivo Tab -- the big brother of the Vivo Tab RT, which is slightly smaller and runs a more limited version of Windows 8, as well as offering a different processor. If you`re keen to learn more about that tablet, be sure to check out our hands-on preview, but if the...

  • Asus Vivo Tab review
    Ardjuna Seghers
    01 Feb 2013 | trustedreviews

    Asus was arguably the first to popularise the convertible clamshell tablet with its original Asus Transformer running Google’s Android OS, which culminated in the superb Asus Transformer Pad Infinity. As such, it should have a pretty good idea how to go about making a similar machine for Windows 8, and that’s pretty much what the Vivo Tab TF810C is. Not to be confused with the Vivo Tab RT, which is a 10-inch Tegra 3-base...

    Pros: Stylish and metal-clad, Unmatched battery life, Brightest screen in class, Full-size Wacom stylus,

    Cons: Atom still performs poorly, No integrated stylus slot, No full-size SD card reader,

  • ASUS VivoTab Smart
    Dan Howley, Senior Writer
    15 Feb 2013 | laptopmag

    With the VivoTab Smart, ASUS has created a bona fide Windows 8 tablet that\'s just as affordable as the iPad and premium Android tablets. For $499, this device includes an Intel Atom processor and a generous 64GB of memory in a design that\'s lighter than Apple\'s tablet. ASUS also offers an optional Bluetooth keyboard and cover that doubles as a stand, so you can use the VivoTab Smart as a mini-laptop. Sort of. The VivoTab Smart is attractive, b...

    Pros: Long-lasting battery; Impressive camera app; Very aggressive price; Twice the storage of competing Windows 8 tablets

    Cons: Plastic design; Desktop apps can be slow to open; Lacks full-size USB port; Keyboard and cover not lap friendly

  • Asus VivoTab Smart Review
    K. T. Bradford
    28 Feb 2013 | digitaltrends

    Just a few short years ago if you described a Windows computer with a 10-inch display running on an Intel Atom processor, you were most likely describing a netbook. Nowadays, that description is even more rare, and when it does crop up – as in the case of the Asus VivoTab Smart – it’s more likely to describe a tablet. Slates rule the world right now, but some of us miss those inexpensive little computers that defined portable computing ...

    Pros: Light, comfortable to hold, solid build,Less expensive than the competition,Runs full Windows 8 and older programs,Long battery life,

    Cons: No full USB input port,Underpowered Atom processor,Cameras unimpressive,

    Verdict: Compared to the competition, the Asus VivoTab Smart, at $500, is on the inexpensive side for Windows 8 tablets. That’s a very un-netbook-like price, though. And if you’re going to use the tablet for real work, you’ll need to shell o...

  • Asus VivoTab Smart review
    Dave Oliver
    28 Feb 2013 | wired

    The latest entry from Asus into the Windows tablet mêlée is a good-looking, slimline machine that offers the full version of Windows 8, making it more versatile than most of the competition, but what has it sacrificed? It`s on sale now for around £395. Full review...

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