Conclusion: The Asus VivoTab TF810C is a lovely Atom Windows 8 transformer whose launch has been hampered by spotty retail presence, a lack of drivers for the first two months and an enormous price tag in the US.
Pros: Good quality materials, very good optional keyboard dock with extended battery, Wacom digitizer.
Cons: High price, driver support has been weak, Asus tech support seems unaware of product.
ASUS VivoTab TF810C review: deluxe Windows Transformer
23 February 2013
Excerpt: The number of devices designed for Windows 8 is growing, we're seeing lots touchscreen laptops, but also new tablets. Today we are taking a closer look at the ASUS VivoTab (TF810C), the more high-end relative of the VivoTab Smart we reviewed previously.
Summary: Unbalanced. Use real Windows 8 in a tablet or notebook. There seem to be no boundaries for the productivity: the familiar Office-package works, frequent writers will love the keyboard and the battery runtime is gigantic. So why this title?
Pros: Keyboard with good feedback, Wacom stylus pen for accurate input, Standard USB ports via docking station, Extreme battery runtimes with docking station, Silent operation, Low heat development, Bright display and high contrast, Best viewing angles in its class, Accessories: tablet stand/cover, Ver...
Cons: Low Windows-performance, Lowest GPU power, Loud click pad, Slow, small flash storage, Very long charging time of both batteries, Slight TFT bleeding / pressure-sensitive borders, A standard SD card reader and an HDMI port at the dock. The low performance leaves a bad impression; the VivoTab canno...
Conclusion: So does the ASUS VivoTab measure up as a Windows 8 tablet that can quickly transform into a functional laptop? The answer is a mixed bag – while the keyboard dock is an excellent idea, it’s actual usability is hampered by uncomfortable keys and the fact that it adds considerable weight and thickness...
Excerpt: ASUS has a strong track record of well received tablets like the Google Nexus 7 (best selling Android tablet in the third quarter this year) and the Eee Pad Transformer Prime (first slate with a quad-core processor). Joining the impressive list is the ASUS VivoTab .
The VivoTab 810 is an Atom-based Windows 8 tablet that can do double duty as a laptop
Good Gear Guide.au
3 April 2013
Summary: The ASUS VivoTab 810 is a Windows 8-based tablet that offers a good overall user experience. It's not fast, but it's zippy enough for basic Web and note-taking tasks, as well as watching local video files. Its keyboard dock is useful and its battery life is long.
Pros: Light weight and feels good to hold, Keyboard dock is useful for productivity apps, Great battery life, Ships with a stylus for handwriting
Cons: Needs more internal storage space, Power adapter cord a little too short, Price could be better
Summary: The Asus VivoTab TF810C is an 11.6 inch Windows 8 Atom tablet powered by 1.8 GHz Intel Atom Z2760 Clover Trail processor. It comes with wacom digitizer with full size pen. It has two batteries, one in the tablet itself and one slightly smaller one in the optional keyboard dock.
Conclusion: De ASUS VivoTab combineert de voordelen van een tablet met de productiviteit van een netbook. Een ideale combinatie voor het gebruik van Windows 8. De dubbele accu is één van de grootste voordelen van de combinatie.
Summary: В моём обзоре Windows RT я написал, что само существование этой операционной системы кажется мне загадкой в свете выхода планшетов на базе платформы CloverTrail. С тех пор моё мнение не изменилось: ASUS VivoTab TF810C работает быстрее, чем VivoTab RT, при этом обладает настолько же впечатляющим...