Reviews and Problems with Asus Vivo Tab RT / RT LTE (TF600T)
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4 weeks ago
Summary: The keyboard comes detached pretty easily. I'm not sure if that's normal or if the latch is just loose, but it is very annoying! Also, when the keyboard is attached and I close it like a laptop, the whole device shuts down. To get back on it I have to turn it all the way back on It's fully charged so it's just very annoying as well. Other than that, I haven't had any problems with it.
Summary: It's a little too early to tell, but I believe it to be a great purchase, especially for the price I got it for. I had been researching for a few months all the various tablets out there so I knew the prices of all the tablets. This particular tablet I got for nearly $400 less than I had been finding it at on various web sites. It has everything I was looking for, a detachable keyboard, light weight, Microsoft office included.
Summary: I have never used Windows 8 until I bought this computer, did not like it at first, took some time to get used to it, now I like it. Tablet/laptop does almost everything I need it to do, there are several applications I use that are not compatible with Windows 8. Works great for travel if you need a small laptop for basic tasks. Comes with Microsoft Office applications loaded.
Summary: First I will say that I am easily typing this very review from this device while multitasking between other apps/programs. I made this purchase after returning the Dell Venue 8 Pro because the Dell 8" screen didn't cut it plus I had numerous performance issues plus the Aus was on sale for only $219. I have had my Asus Vivotab now for 4 days and absolutely love it!
Summary: I like this tablet but anytime I'm watching a lengthy video it automatically shuts down and I have to touch the screen for activation but I don't know if it's the internet because it keeps on doing that intermittently aside that the battery is in good shape and the value for money is great and the size is cool
Summary: I've owned this bundle for over a year, and I do really love it. It's great as long as you understand and accept the type of machine that it is. Think about it--you get full MS Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, OneNote, Outlook) on this computer for free. Outlook is acquired when you upgrade from Windows 8 to 8.1. My own complaint is that I wish it had a digitizer and stylus for taking notes.
Summary: This tablet has done most things well. The main reason I got the RT version is the price. If you have the extra cash, get the full version. RT is still able to run Microsoft office but many outside apps won't work with it. The main one for me is Google Chrome. It gets the job done well for the price. That is some internet browsing, Facebook, and Microsoft office. The screen is on par with other tablets I have seen.