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Posted by: Sumit Kumar Singh
« on: September 22, 2013, 12:41:27 »

Hi everyone,
I bought a micro USB to USB female connector to read my external hard drive of 500 GB (Western Digital). But Asus Vivo tab is not able to read external hard drive.
It is able to read small volume of Hard drive. I tested till 16 GB.
Is there some limit on the volume of Hard drive which Asus Vivo tab smart can read via micro USB to USB port.
Please suggest solution.
Thanks.
Best Regards
Sumit
Posted by: Sumit Kumar Singh
« on: September 22, 2013, 12:40:54 »

Hi everyone,
I bought a micro USB to USB female connector to read my external hard drive of 500 GB (Western Digital). But Asus Vivo tab is not able to read external hard drive.
It is able to read small volume of Hard drive. I tested till 16 GB.
Is there some limit on the volume of Hard drive which Asus Vivo tab smart can read via micro USB to USB port.
Please suggest solution.
Thanks.
Best Regards
Sumit
Posted by: Chris Price
« on: August 22, 2013, 22:03:32 »

Does anyone know if Quicken 13 would work on the Videotab smart tablet?

Yes it does work.  I have been using Quicken 13 on it for the past two weeks.  Some of the buttons in Quicken are a bit small for touch use, but the program works fine.
Posted by: Jim Deichen
« on: August 20, 2013, 08:24:26 »

Does anyone know if Quicken 13 would work on the Videotab smart tablet?

Posted by: Kyle
« on: July 29, 2013, 23:03:34 »

Will this work with any Bluetooth keyboard? or just the one that is optional?
Posted by: Glenn Billington
« on: July 28, 2013, 14:32:15 »

Great reviews and article. I have the Vivo tab, i'm a golf coach and have been using the camera to show my students their swings.  However, I have tried to link it to my downloaded software from www.gaspsystems.com and there is a some type of difficulty using the video software, they say it could be the graphics card.  Does anyone have advice to help sort this problem please?  I would be so grateful. Glenn Billington info@glennbillington.co.uk
Posted by: Hannes82
« on: July 01, 2013, 17:05:30 »

This tablet is actually the best you can get.
sounds like a joke, but for me its true.
lightwheigt, lasts long, you can use any windows software, very reasonable costs

Next thing to buy: tablet with windows 8.1 and baytrail, 4GB Ram and a pen wich fits within the case of the tablet...
Posted by: Moein Moz
« on: May 03, 2013, 15:23:06 »

Does anybody know if Vivo Tab Smart Me400CL is available now in Germany?? I would appreciate it.......
Posted by: Wendell
« on: April 14, 2013, 21:53:25 »

This is now my video producing solution. Been waiting for this technology for ten years.
Posted by: Tobias Winkler
« on: February 27, 2013, 15:46:34 »

It`s a Micro-USB to USB 2.0 OTG On-the-go Host-Modus cable-adapter from Decrescent. No idea if its available in the US.
Posted by: MarcelM
« on: February 26, 2013, 18:45:44 »

Can someone please tell me what microUSB adapter cable was used in this preview to connect the VivoTab to the external HD and flashdrives? I would like to get one for my ME400C please..
Posted by: DaveJ
« on: February 15, 2013, 08:08:42 »

Games actually do work quite well. It depends on what you expect.
I mean, LOOK at it, I can't even believe there is a computer in there.
I expect classics like LBA2, Abuse, Zelda - A link to the past, Final Fantasy 1-9 to work, these calssics that will be playable until the end of time. And that is enough for me. Even Braid and World of Goo should be fine, and those games are exactly what I want to play.
Posted by: Silent Laptops
« on: February 10, 2013, 17:01:43 »

This is a great review again. Thank you !
Posted by: phreezerburn
« on: February 10, 2013, 16:34:51 »

I actually have the Vivotab Smart, writing this upon it, and have to add to the above that EVERYTHING to be done with a non-3D graphics card on a Windows PC is to be done here. I've a short list of my favourite windows games which have been made portable (not needing the cd) that are all able to run on the Vivotab Smart. From Age of Titans to Fallout and Diablo, there are a lot of terrific games which are in no way compromises as are found within all of the mobile OS tablets. Trying a portable C&C Red Alert next.

Also I've yet to see a reviewer mention powerful apps like Wireshark, PhotoShop or awesome all-in-one suites like AVS Media's. As neither Android nor iOS has anything remotely in their league, how is such an enormous advantage in application ability so easily tossed aside? If iOS were actually able to run OSX's finest, the mentioning of such in media would be without end but since this is Windows, it is to be passed over without pause?

 
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