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ASUS' tablet is priced $30 higher than when it was originally announced

If you are looking for a pint-sized tablet that runs the Windows 8.1 operating system, the ASUS VivoTab might be what you are looking for.
 
ASUS first showed off the VivoTab Note 8 M80T tablet at CES 2014, and is now available on the Microsoft Store online for $329. That’s a bit higher than the $299 price that was tipped at CES.

 
The VivoTab Note 8 M80T features an 8-inch HD resolution screen (800x1280), integrated Intel HD graphics, and an Intel Atom Z3740 running at 1.33GHz with Turbo boost tech up to 1.86GHz. The tablets runs Windows 8.1 32-bit, comes standard with 32GB of storage space, and has battery life rated at up to eight hours.
 
The VivoTab Note 8 M80T measures 8.7" x 5.20" x 0.40" and weighs 0.85 pounds.

 
The tablet ships with a Wacom digitizer pen to accept handwriting and an 8GB recovery microSD card.

Source: Microsoft





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