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Review Asus Vivo Tab RT TF600 Tablet
« am: Dezember 25, 2012, 12:31:24 »
The battle begins. The Surface RT set the foundation for the new Windows RT and now the manufacturers are trying to win customers' favor. Can Asus' extensive experience as a tablet manufacturer gain the edge over the competition?


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Re: Review Asus Vivo Tab RT TF600 Tablet
« Antwort #1 am: Februar 08, 2013, 01:39:02 »
Nice to see the microsoft surface is already getting beat at its own game. 


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Re: Review Asus Vivo Tab RT TF600 Tablet
« Antwort #2 am: Februar 14, 2013, 15:41:44 »
I bought one in december 2012. It's looking like it may already be toast. And ASUS support is useless. telling me to press F8 on boot up 6 times after i tell him no keyboard 12 times is not so helpful .  :(
 Hopfully it gets resolved but i'm not holding my breath. took a chance as i did want to be part of the Ipad crowd and I've been burned.


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Re: Review Asus Vivo Tab RT TF600 Tablet
« Antwort #3 am: Juli 06, 2013, 17:36:50 »
No idea how Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2 is not on the list.  It's way better then any of these scrubs reviewed.  BTW I was pissed at Lenovo because every time I ordered one on its site, they would cancel on address verification -even though I am a loyal customer who has ordered before *face palm*.

This thing is a tank. A few weeks ago, I woke up and found the tablet on the floor with the glass shattered. I must have fallen asleep while reading. 

3 words: It still works... touchscreen and all. Reread the last sentence again. It's true. Every part of the screen has a crack. It's to point where I am a little worried about getting cut when navigating Windows 8.

Tom K

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Re: Review Asus Vivo Tab RT TF600 Tablet
« Antwort #4 am: Juli 16, 2013, 06:31:06 »
I don't know whether or not other tablets will run Google Earth, but this one will not.  During download, a banner appears stating, "This app cannot run on this computer".  Bummer.  As for the actual operation of the touch-screen, unless you have pencil-thin fingers, you're going to have a hard time using the touch feature due to screen size.  I have average sized male fingers and have pretty much gone to mousing for whatever I need.  Size matters.  So does being able to find a case worthy of the tablet.  I would offer that a good case is a peripheral option that every manufacturer should ensure is available for their customers.


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