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The VivoTab looks like a pretty good deal
A full Windows 8 tablet experience for less than £400, but the lack of a full-size USB port is limiting
The Asus VivoTab Smart takes a different tack to most of the Atom-based Windows 8 systems we've seen so far. Instead of being a bet-hedging hybrid, combining laptop-style keyboards with detachable screens, it squeezes Intel's Cloverview chip into a classic 10.1in tablet.
Performance is on a par with the other Atom-powered Windows 8 tablets we've seen; there's just enough power for basic, everyday use. With an overall benchmark score of 0.2, the Smart isn't appropriate for hardware-intensive tasks such as video editing or gaming, but the OS feels responsive, and for the sorts of t... Full review
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