Updated on:Dec 04, 2016
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Asus was arguably the first to popularise the convertible clamshell tablet with its original Asus Transformer running GoogleÃ¢Â€Â™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 thatÃ¢Â€Â™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,
Overall User Rating (5 Out of 5 based on 6 ratings)
Overall: THE most complete win8 tablet (@this price range) cause a tablet is all about portability & this has everything... f2.2 backlit camera w/ flash, 9hrs battery, micro usb charging (charge on the go with power bank or usb port of car/flight... while tabs with proprietary charging ports must always b avoided if u hav portability in mind cause they dont charge @usb voltage of 5volts), gps, nfc, 2g/3g/LTE for global roam, micro SDXC support upto 64gbnncon:-nkbd is nt a dock, hence cant b used on lapnkbd is bluetooth, not a dock. hence it drains the battery, not charge itnspeakers r back firing. so u cant really understand anything while watching vdosnsoda lime glass but they had to cut the price somwherennbut then again, they r giving transleeve kbd & MS office FREE... tats ~10,000/-nn-----------nnthis is windows8 32bit. so all win32 apps run on it IF they r supported by win8 platform. BUT since its atom, it wont b as fast as core-i device. huge apps WILL take double the time to install/open but after tat they operate fine