ASUS VivoTab spotted at Office Depot running Windows RT

Here's an early look at ASUS' VivoTab running Microsoft's Windows RT operating system. The device is set to be shown today at ASUS' Vivo Book and Vivo Tab event. The device has a Tegra 3 processor, 32GB of storage, and a detachable keyboard which adds a trackpad, a second battery and two USB ports.

The VivoTab RT also comes with a 10.1-inch IPS display with 1366 x 768 resolution, 2GB of RAM, an 8-megapixel rear-facing camera with LED flash and autofocus, a 2-megapixel front-facing camera, and NFC. The device measures in at 0.33 inches thick.

ASUS is also planning to announce a full Windows 8 version of the device for those who need legacy applications.

Source/Image: Engadget

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FYI, it looks like you mixed up the specs between the RT and the Atom version. The RT is a 10.1 inch screen, not 11.6. And it's not 1.5lbs, it's an impressively light 1.14lbs.

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FYI, it looks like you mixed up the specs between the RT and the Atom version. The RT is a 10.1 inch screen, not 11.6. And it's not 1.5lbs, it's an impressively light 1.14lbs.

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Seems it's been fixed already though.

According to Office Depot employee in Woodland Hills, CA, He test new tablet and said It's fastest one! He didn't give us details on tablet

Guy at Office Depot tell me that OS has serious flaw on Vivo Tab and other notebooks & tablets OS should get update on Friday