What’s Noteworthy: Similar to the Vivo Tab RT, the Vivo Tab has an optional keyboard and trackpad dock (sold separately) with two USB ports and extended battery, but it runs the full version of Windows 8 with legacy app support. The display includes a Wacom digitizer for stylus support, but it’s not clear if the stylus will be included.
Tech Specs: 11.6-inch (1366-by-768 resolution) display, Intel Atom processor, 2 GB RAM, 64 GB storage, 8-megapixel rear camera, 2-megapixel front camera, micro-HDMI, NFC, weighs 1.49 pounds and measures 0.34 inches thick.
Price and Release Date: $800 for tablet alone (as listed on TigerDirect), dock price unclear but likely under $200, no release date announced.
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