Written by: Stephen Withers | Published in: MobilityTo be launched in Australia "later in 2012", the Asus Vivo Tab and Vivo Tav RT tablets are designed for use with Windows 8.
on 09/03/2012 – Made popular on 09/03/2012
Written by: Alex Zaharov-Reutt | Published in: Home ITSamsung is reportedly ready to take on the Windows RT challenge, giving Microsoft an ARM-powered Windows RT tablet to compete with iPads and Android tablets, while clearly gearing up to make Windows 8 Pro tablets too, while HP says it is going 8 Pro only.
I just receivced my new computer, an Asus Vivo PC. Everything seems to work fine under Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, with the notable exception of the WLAN... I fortunately can use an old USB WLAN-stick for the time being, but I would of course prefer the chip that comes with the computer. Anyone has any ideas on that?
The last few weeks has been quite a nail-biter for owners of various ASUS-branded tablets. While ASUS manufactures the mouthwatering Jelly Bean-powered Nexus 7 tablet, immediate speculation came regarding ASUS’ existing tablets and whether or not they too would get some Android 4.1 lovin’ too.
Written by: Alex Zaharov-Reutt | Published in: Fuzzy LogicAlthough many are expecting x86-based Windows 8 Pro tablets to sell at prices closer to US $1000 than US $500, with ARM-powered Windows RT tablets expected to sell for less than $500, reality may end up being different.
I don't get it. This new Asus 7" has to have Windows RT on it not Jellybean at least on the Atom CPU. This is the conclusion;
Compared to the Nexus 7s current quad-core offerings, these tablets are underwhelming. Both tablets are said to come equipped with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean right out of the box, with the ME172V available in both black and white colors.