Reviews and Problems with Asus Vivo Tab RT / RT LTE (TF600T)
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Lots of features for the price
1 November 2013
Summary: I upgraded from an android tablet to this. The RT version of Windows 8 is slightly different from the version on my stationary computer, but nothing to really complain about. I would have given it 5 stars except the touch screen sometimes, for no reason that I can see, changes from landscape to portrait view. This happens even when it is docked and setting on a hard surface. No comment back from tech support.
Summary: The tablet is OK, but it has the typical Windows 8 issues. It has nice features and seems pretty fast for a tablet. I do not play games or do a lot of of other things besides basic functions so it is fine for me. The camera function takes nice photos. Microsoft offers applications that are not completely functional in that you wonder why the app only does part of a job, or in some cases seem almost useless.
Summary: I bought mine elsewhere but it's a decent brand with no problems yet. My old Ipad was pretty much for surfing and playing with apps, at least with Windows 8 I can get some work done, navigate and multi task. The keyboard is cool but I like the one that comes with the surface, for looks only. I like the customization of Android but Win 8 is the future and with this tablet, you do get your money's worth.
Summary: Worked great - fast machine and light with all the right stuff (memory card, MS office etc.) 4 months after the purchase, ghost cursors and thumbprints started to show up on the screen and the tablet became inoperable. It was sent to Asus and when it arrived (2 weeks turn-around) the same issues persisted, yet to a lesser extent.
Summary: This keyboard dock is an awesome upgrade to my VivoTab RT. Not only does it give me incredible battery life, but I have a full keyboard when the on-screen keyboard just won't cut it. The keys are a little close together for my large hands, but it's about as big as it can be to fit with the dimensions of the actual tablet. This dock transforms the VivoTab RT into a great mini-laptop for lightweight tasks while keeping its versatility as a tablet.
Summary: The ASUS tablet we bought for our 12-year-old son has been great so far. We like its graphics and feel a lot. Our only frustrations are with the limited apps available in the Windows Store and its inability to run the current version of Flash Player.