June 6, 2012

Asus unveiled the Asus Tablet 600 and 810 running on Windows 8

At the Asus Computex 2012, the Taiwan-based tech company has unveiled a slush of Windows 8 devices. Two of those are the Tablet 600 and 810. These tablets look like a Transformer Prime but has Windows 8 running in it. The Tablet 600 packs an ARM-based CPU with Windows RT while the Tablet 800 packs an Intel CPU inside it and runs on "full Windows 8".

The Asus Tablet 600's CPU is an nVidia Tegra 3 quad-core chipset but gets 2GB of RAM. It sports a 10.1", 600nit, 1366x768 Super IPS+ touchscreen display. There is also an 8MP auto focus camera at its rear with LED flash. Of course it has, 32GB of internal storage, WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS, Gyroscope, digital compass, and NFC.

The Asus Tablet 810 packs a more powerful CPU inside it, I should say, because breathing inside it is a Medfield Intel processor and with also 2GB of RAM. Like the Tablet 600, it has a 11.6" Super IPS+ display with 1366x768 of screen resolution. It packs 64GB of internal storage, 2MP front facing camera, 8MP auto focus rear camera with LED flash,  and NFC. It should also feature WiFi, Bluetooth, and all the necessary things that a mobile device now needs.

Source: Asus


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