Asus ViVoTab ME400c 10.1-inch Tablet (White) – (Intel Atom Z2760 1.6GHz Processor, 2GB RAM, 64GB eMMC, WLAN, BT, Webcam, Windows 8 Home)

September 11, 2013 - Comment

The Asus VivoTab ME400C is one of the lightest Windows 8 tablet available, at just 580g its ultra slim profile makes it one of the most stylish tablets around. Its Intel Dual core processor, combined with 2GB of RAM gives it the ability to work through the most powerful applications, from 3D games to Office

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The Asus VivoTab ME400C is one of the lightest Windows 8 tablet available, at just 580g its ultra slim profile makes it one of the most stylish tablets around. Its Intel Dual core processor, combined with 2GB of RAM gives it the ability to work through the most powerful applications, from 3D games to Office and editing software. If you like to take your Tablet out and about then its Super IPS+ display will help. This display is capable of producing 700nits of brightness, perfect for outdoor reading. 2 individual cameras are perfect for your multimedia needs. The rear 8MP camera can shoot brilliant photos as well as being able to record 1080P Full HD video, while a front facing 2MP camera is perfect for video conferencing.

Product Features

  • Screen Size :10.1″ LED Backlit Display
  • Operating System :Windows 8
  • Connectivity :Wi-Fi
  • TouchScreen :$

Comments

Joey Web Monl says:

This one may slip completely under the radar This one may slip completely under the radar, but I feel it’s worthy of a few words. Why? Simple, it’s the first reasonable implantation of full Windows 8 in a tablet that does not either cost a fortune or just suck.I bought this for my wife who had a Mac Book from years ago that had ground to a halt. She needed something cheap and light as possible that she could still work on. As a teacher this means native Office 2010, as this is the software installed on the school PC’s where she works, I should know, I’m the network manager. Nothing `compatible’ works due to the ridiculously complex PowerPoint and spread sheets they create. I have tried iPads and Chromebooks and it’s just a nightmare. She also has a very nasty nerve injury in her neck which now means carry anything remotely heavy is out too.Was going to try Win8 RT, but as this turned up at the same price as Surface, it was not worth bothering with the limitations RT imposes.So what’s it like…

Freddy Freeloader says:

Really excellent tablet Very happy with this Tablet. Responsive and the Windows 8 system works well. Use the ‘desktop’ and it will feel very like a laptop. Bought this for my daughter and she’s very happy with it. Single microUSB connector limits connection to peripherals (but still better than iPad!) but connectivity through SkyDrive or GoogleDrive works well.

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