The Asus VivoTab Note 8 Windows-based tablet has been released at the CES along with the Transformer Duet TD300 dual OS convertible that can act as both a tablet as well as a laptop. Their availability details have been kept under wraps and nothing has been mentioned about their prices either. They should hit store shelves pretty soon.
The VivoTab Note 8 is based on the Windows 8.1 OS and as the name suggests, it offers a multi-touch real estate of 8 inches. The IPS display is said to be capable of rendering HD visuals in 1280 X 800p resolution. Also, the screen is compatible with the pen stylus and thus the gadget’s package also contains a professional Wacom digitizer. This should facilitate note-taking, drawing and navigating between apps in the slate.
An Intel Atom Z3740 processor is responsible for taking care of the tab’s internal working and it seeks assistance from 2GB of RAM. You can expect a 5MP primary camera as well as an HD webcam along with up to 64GB internal memory and an option to increase it further by 64GB. A 15.5Whr battery has been thrown into the mix too.
As for the Transformer Duet TD300, it is a quad mode dual OS convertible which features Android 4.2.2 as well as Windows 8.1 and switching between the two is extremely simple using the dedicated button or the virtual key. The 13.3-inch tablet tags along a keyboard dock and components like an Intel Core i7 processor, 4GB of RAM, 128GB SSD amongst others. A 1TB HDD has been integrated into the dock.
Asus will announce the launch details of the VivoTab Note 8 and the Transformer Duet TD300 at a later date.
Key specifications of the Transformer Duet:
– 13.3-inch full HD IPS touchscreen
– HD webcam
– Android Jelly Bean 4.2.2 and Windows 8.1
– Up to Intel i7 processors
– 4GB DDR3L RAM
– 128GB SSD, 1TB HDD (Dock)
– 38WHr battery