ASUS VivoTab RT TF600T-B1-GR 10.1-Inch 32 GB Tablet (Gray)

August 24, 2013 - Comment

(VIVO RT) TF600T-B1-GR, Grey, 10.1″ HD (1366×768) Super IPS+, OGS Touch Panel, Outdoor Readable Mode, NVIDIA Tegra 3 (1.3GHz), 2GB DDR3, NVIDIA Tegra 3, 32GB Flash, N/A, Win RT, 802.11BGN, 2MP & 8MP, 1 Year North America Warranty Product Features Windows 8 RT, 10.1-inch HD Touchscreen Display NVIDIA Tegra 3.0 1.3 GHz Processor 32 GB

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(VIVO RT) TF600T-B1-GR, Grey, 10.1″ HD (1366×768) Super IPS+, OGS Touch Panel, Outdoor Readable Mode, NVIDIA Tegra 3 (1.3GHz), 2GB DDR3, NVIDIA Tegra 3, 32GB Flash, N/A, Win RT, 802.11BGN, 2MP & 8MP, 1 Year North America Warranty

Product Features

  • Windows 8 RT, 10.1-inch HD Touchscreen Display
  • NVIDIA Tegra 3.0 1.3 GHz Processor
  • 32 GB Flash Memory, 2 GB RAM Memory
  • 802_11_BGN wireless

 

Comments

LA Gadget Dude says:

Don’t Forget to Get the Free Keyboard (See end of review) This tablet has been bashed by most tech journalists and I’m not sure why. To me it seems that many tech journalists have become Apple fanatics. I am tech agnostic and own products from all manufacturers: A Mac mini, a Macbook Pro 13.3, a Galaxy Note phone, and a bunch of tablets (ipad 3, Kindle Fire HD, Galaxy Note 10.1). I must say that this tablet has completely taken me off guard. I really wasn’t expecting to like it all that much, but this tablet is a great alternative to the iOS and Android tablets.My first Windows 8 tablet was a Samsung Ativ Smart PC (XE-500T). It’s an overall excellent device, but has a few fatal flaws: 1) A plastic back is a very bad choice for a 11.6″ device and the tablet has way too much flex (mine produced creaking noises) 2) Intel has come a long way with Atom processors, but overall performance was a bit laggy. 3) The Ativ at 11.6″ was just a bit too thick and a bit too large to qualify as portable.Anyways, back to the review of…

Tim Yenmor "Tim" says:

Exceeded my expectations First of all, there’s already been enough positive reviews that cite the strengths of this tablet. And with the 5 stars I am giving this tablet, you can guess that I am happy with this tablet. So, this review is more a response to people’s criticisms of the tablet.Before I continue, here is a list of tablets that I have owned. This list is to show that I know what to look for in a tablet.Ipads 1 and 2Acer IconiaViewsonic GtabletSamsung Galaxy tab 1 and 2Augen GentouchAmazon FireAsus TF101, SL101, TF201, TF700T, and TF600TSo, as you can see I am well aware of what to look for in a tablet. I have not touched my laptop for nearly two years because the TF700 has fulfilled my work needs while on the go. I bought the TF600 (vivotab rt) with the intention of replacing my TF700.So, here are some complaints that I’ve seen about the vivotab and why I think the complaints are not legit.(1)…

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