Asus VivoTab RT TF600 / TF600T
Sleek and sturdy design.
Better camera performance than the Surface RT.
Phenomenal battery life with the keyboard dock.
Features the Windows RT.
Packs a bright and rich screen.
Equipped with a keyboard dock for maximizing productivity.
Good battery life.
NFC built in, IPS+ display.
Includes Office RT.
Keyboard layout is a bit cramped.
Some Trackpad issues.
Only 2,4GHz Wi-Fi.
USB requires dongle or Mobile Dock.
Doesn't support Windows 8 gestures.
Limited app selection.
No dedicated USB port.
Some quirky screen-rotation behavior.
By TechTree on June 06, 2013
The ASUS VivoTab RT is a convertible that sports an excellent design with good build quality. It can instantly switch to a tablet from a laptop without breaking a sweat. It is great as a portable tablet alone, while the keyboard dock only adds to...70
By DigitalVersus on January 31, 2013
Although it has the same basic flaws as the Microsoft Surface (largely due to the rather limited Windows RT OS), the Asus Vivo Tab RT still has plenty of qualities, such as smooth general navigation (most of the time), Office 2013 (albeit a limited...80
By Channel Pro on January 28, 2013
With the 64GB tablet coming in at £549 on its own (the 32GB isn’t widely available yet), and the Mobile Dock an extra £115, the VivoTab RT doesn’t come cheap. Granted, that’s about the same price as the Surface and optional...60
By Expert Reviews on January 22, 2013
The keyboard dock provides lengthy battery life, but the VivoTab can't compete with Microsoft's Surface...60
By PC Pro on January 18, 2013
Asus harnesses its expertise to deliver the best Windows RT tablet yet, but the immature OS and high price diminish its...67
By uk.hardware.info on January 14, 2013
The ASUS VivoTab RT is a very good Windows RT tablet that looks great and has a nice finish. We don't have any complaints in terms of software or hardware. Nevertheless, we still can't think of a good reason to buy a Windows RT product. Windows...-
By uk.hardware.info on January 09, 2013
Windows 8 is the first consumer version of Windows that not only runs on processors with the X86 architecture (from Intel and AMD), but also with processors with the ARM architecture. That makes it possible to compare the performance of these two...-
By Tbreak.com on December 27, 2012
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...80
By NotebookCheck on December 25, 2012
The die is cast - Asus shows greatness and scores across the board with its first Windows RT tablet. The device features well-chosen materials, first-rate workmanship and a compact size at an average weight. The hardware is known from Microsoft's...89
By Bright Side of News on December 25, 2012
Considering all of the positive and negative aspects of both of these tablets, it is quite evident that Windows 8 is a touch operating system and should only be experienced with a touch environment. I personally did not like Windows 8 until I started...-