ASUS today has unveiled the VivoTab Note 3, a Windows tablet that runs on Windows 8, Windows 8.1. As Microsoft’s Surface tablets gain popularity amongst the masses, here we are introduced to a different type of Windows tablet that arrives as a special device catering to certain target consumers. This product will be a resourceful measure for students as well as several industry users because of the availability of Microsoft Office Home and Student Edition. Therefore, individuals will have the facility to edit documents, spreadsheets, and even presentations at the tip of their hands.
Users will also be benefited with the availability of a Wacom stylus which can be used for working on the device. This will be available in the holder found at the bottom of the device. The tablet will sport an 8” HD 1280×800 IPS display and will be powered by Intel’s Atom A3470 processor. Additionally, the device will come with 2GB of RAM, along-with expandable 64GB of onboard storage that can be expanded by a microSD card. The device encompasses SonicMaster audio technology, which enhances the tablet’s audio features. Furthermore, consumers can make use of ASUS’ WebStorage services also.
So far there is no word out regarding the pricing and availability of the device, however it is regarded that ASUS will spill the beans sooner than later.