ASUS announces the VivoTab Note 8 at CES 2014

ASUS announces the VivoTab Note 8 at CES 2014

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Today at CES, ASUS has announced a new 8-inch tablet called the VivoTab Note 8 that is designed for one-handed use and comes with a professional Wacom digitizer stylus. The Wacom stylus makes this little tablet perfect for note-taking in OneNote or being creative in apps like Fresh Paint.

Vivo Tab Note 8

The VivoTab Note 8 is super light – at only 380g – and has a slim bezel that surrounds the HD IPS display. It comes powered by the latest Intel Atom Z3740 processor, 2GB of memory, up to 64GB of solid-state storage with the ability to use up to 64GB microSD cards, and up to 8 hours of battery life. The VivoTab Note comes with Windows 8.1 and Microsoft Office Home and Student which includes Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote. The Wacom digitizer features over 1,000 levels of pressure sensitivity and palm rejections for the best possible accuracy and responsiveness when using the pen. Pricing and availability to be announced at a later date and we’ll follow-up with another post with that information when it becomes available!

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  • Okay.  I'll be getting one whenever it's released.

  • - As I mentioned above, pricing and availability have yet to be announced but I will follow-up with another post with that information when it becomes available! Thanks for your comment!

  • Anyone know a release date?  I can't wait to get one.

  • - I believe it does but I am double checking.

  • Thank you Brandon, great news!

  • Does it support Miracast for wireless remote display?

  • Does it has an inbuit bandwidth support or through USB support

  • - ASUS got back to me and said that the VivoTab Note 8 supports TPM 2.0.

  • - great question. I will ask ASUS and see what they say.

  • Very nice, my next tab will be an 8" form factor for sure. Like the options I'm seeing from the Windows OEMs and the pricing is on par with the rest of the industry but you get Windows which offers much more than IOS and Android.

  • Is there any information if it comes with a TPM chip?