ASUS Debuts the ME-400 10″ Tablet Running on Windows 8 and Intel Clover Trail
As the trend and roaring clamor for the tablet industry which builds a present road for customizing, ASUS is noted to be working on a new 10-inch tablet. Words has it that the slate is bounded to be the ASUS ME-400 which possesses an Intel Atom Z2760 Clover Trail processor and a 1366 x 768-pixel display.
Since it is the moment of launch, Windows 8 is its software. The ASUS ME-400 features a 2 GB of RAM, a storage up to 64 GB, a mini USB 2.0 port and a microSD card slot. The ME-400 is anticipated to be around the market for an approximated amount range from 512 Euros to 537 Euros, or about $670 to $700.
The Vivo Tab RT is a 10-inch tablet which ASUS has already introduced. Nonetheless, as what the name codifies, it is built with an ARM-based processor and runs Windows RT rather than Windows 8. Aforementioned item could be availed of for pre-order at $600.
Moreover, a predicated launch of a Windows 8 tablet to take the name of Vivo Tab is highly expected from the company. The said Vivo Tab is pictured with an 11.6-inch display and Intel Atom CPU. However, the Vivo Tab model is off to have a higher starting price of $799. ASUS is either to drop the price and reduce the screen size, or the company on the edge to offer consumers a 10.1-inch or an 11.6-inch screens selection.