Staples has the Asus Vivotab Smart ME400C tablet on sale for $449.99 this week. Use the $100 off all Windows tablets coupon to bring price down to $349.99.
This tablet has the regular Windows 8 OS, not the RT version typically found on tablets in this price range. It is a 10.1" tablet and has 64gb of memory. Lowest price tablet with full Windows 8 and the coupon makes it hotter.
2GB LPDDR2 Memory Intel Atom Z2760 1.6GHz, up to 1.8GHz, 1MB L2 Cache Processor I would rather wait for one with at least an i3 processor and 4GB of memory. This one feels like my Asus Eee PC netbook purposely crippled by MS that a netbook cannot have more than 2GB.
posted: May. 25, 2013 @ 1:21a
ohrama said: I would rather wait for one with at least an i3 processor and 4GB of memory.One what... tablet or laptop? You'll be waiting a while for an i3/4GB tablet.
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posted: May. 25, 2013 @ 3:38a
ohrama said: 2GB LPDDR2 Memory Intel Atom Z2760 1.6GHz, up to 1.8GHz, 1MB L2 Cache Processor I would rather wait for one with at least an i3 processor and 4GB of memory. This one feels like my Asus Eee PC netbook purposely crippled by MS that a netbook cannot have more than 2GB.
posted: May. 25, 2013 @ 7:09a
Isn't the Lynx K3011 a better option?
$10 less, bigger screen, same processor, and USB OTG functionality right out of the box?
I'm shopping tabs right now and the Lynx seems to have a light edge.
Using a tab for a camera isn't one of my intended purposes, so the (lack of a) rear camera isn't a shopped feature. (and the uber-douchebags holding up ipads and tablets at kids' soccer games and concerts REALLY need to stop)
sixt7gt350 said: Isn't the Lynx K3011 a better option?
It depends on your needs. The differences are subtle but after doing some research here's what I found:
Asus advantages: Battery lasts about 1 hr. longer than the Lenovo 32GB of cloud storage for 3-years Corning fit glass (NOT Gorilla Glass, but the same stuff used on the Nexus 7 and the Galaxy S2) 8MP auto-focus back camera
Lenovo advantages: Larger display (11.6" vs. 10.1") Brighter display (400 nits vs. 350 nits) Thinner (9.48mm vs. 9.7mm) Optional 2-yr warranty (at extra cost) $50 less than the Asus
Both OEM keyboards are pathetic but that's easily remedied with an aftermarket Bluetooth keyboard and battery.
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