Reviews and Problems with Asus VivoTab Smart (ME400C)
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Over all I am not satisfied with this tablet
kita falleur, Amazon
24 March 2015
Summary: Sometimes it will work and sometimes it will not work at all. It's so slow. The color seems to be ok. I get to look at it for long periods of time when it is changing pages. Over all I am not satisfied with this tablet.I was looking so forward to having my first tablet.
Great product but beware the front digitizer glass breaks if ...
William J. Eastway, Amazon
19 July 2014
Summary: Great product but beware the front digitizer glass breaks if you look at it. Mine did and can't find a replacement for it anywhere.....If they are available they want 300.00 - 400.00 for them and just not worth it!
Summary: The vivotab smart is well built. Generally works well. But Win8 has behaved like an unfinished product. It absolutely requires that you have a microsoft account. No explanation is given as to what this account does, except that you have to have one.
Summary: When used with the keyboard, it is pretty much what a uni-student would need. A light device that can perform word processing and access the internet via Windows. HOWEVER, when left on sleep mode for a long time, the screen likes to stop working. No fix was found.
Summary: I was looking for a tablet that wasn't an IPad so I was happy when I came across this option: a sleekly designed tablet with Windows 8. Since purchase I have been frustrated with its poor touch response and random computer restarts.
Pay to perform Integration Testing / QA for ASUS & Microsoft
15 December 2013
Summary: Out of the box it worked just fine. Resolved a number of issues I'd had with an older model Droid tablet. For the first 10 days or so, it was great. I was very happy with it. Then the Auto Updates kicked in and ruined EVERYTHING. First it was ASUSLive (or something like that)..
Its probably ok - Returned it as my laptop went dead after 10 days
Kishore bysani, Amazon
11 December 2013
Summary: This tab worked great initially for 10 days and completely froze later on. I don't know if the battery went drained but it turned out to be a dead brick. I found few problems related to - virtual keyboard not popping up each time I need to type something.
Summary: I accidentally dropped this onto the concrete one day and unfortunately it cracked the screen despite it being in a folding case. I first tried to fix it myself but Asus has too many different screens for this model and you have to have the correct one. I called for an RMA and got one approved.
Pros: Slim, light, and decent capacity. I even put Office 13 on it and Visual Studio (which it could handle). The ability to add a MicroSD is useful. Able to connect to bluetooth.
Cons: The bluetooth drops frequently. I'll be using it and suddenly the mouse will quit. I have to restart to get it to work. The speaker is in a terrible place and sounds very monotone.