The Asus Vivo tablets got its name from the Latin word “to live” and the units were designed for the Windows 8 operating system.
Vivo has a dual-purpose design that combines a high-resolution multi-touch Super IPS+ display with a detachable QWERTY keyboard dock to provide a great Windows 8 experience. ASUS TruVivid technology with Corning Fit Glass gives improved colour clarity and superior scratch resistance, while the keyboard not only transforms Vivo into a convenient clamshell ultraportable, but also provides a secondary battery for prolonged mains-free use.
The Asus Vivo Tab is the one running Windows 8 Pro and uses an Intel Atom processor, 2GB of RAM and 64GB eMMC (embedded multimedia card) for internal storage. There’s an 8MP rear camera, 2MP front-facing camera, WiFi, Bluetooth and NFC sensor, enabling the device to easily sync with other NFC-enabled devices. The tablet is only 8.7mm thin.. It has an 11.6″ screen (1366×768 pixel resolution) and comes with a high-precision Wacom digitiser stylus.
The Asus Vivo Tab RT runs on an Nvidia Tegra 3 quad-core processor, 12-core NVidia GeForce GPU, 2GB RAM and 32GB eMMC internal storage. This ARM-based tablet will run on Windows RT. The Vivo Tab RT is thinner at 8.3mm with just a 10.1-inch display with 1366 x 768 resolution . It has the same high-quality front and rear cameras, built-in NFC sensor and the ASUS SonicMaster technology to ensure top-quality audio, same as the Vivo Tab, making it an excellent all-round multimedia performer.
Both tablets will be available sometime after the official Windows 8 launch in October. Price will be within the range of Php30k to 40k.