We saw ASUS unveil its Transformer based Tablet 600 running on Windows 8 OS with impressive specs and with it, the company has also announced the launch of the Tablet 810, which is a little larger and better version of the Tablet 600.
The Tablet 810 is an 11.6 inch Transformer looking tablet running on Intel’s Atom processor. This Atom chip is the biggest difference between the 600 and 810. Also the 810 would run on Windows 8 OS, whereas the 600 would run on Windows RT, which is also Windows 8 but specially designed for Tablets running on ARM chips.
The Tablet 810 packs in a large 11.6 inch Super IPS+ display with a resolution of 1366 x 768, which is the same as on the Tablet 600. The 810 features an unspecified Intel Medfield chipset combined with a nice 2 GB RAM. There is an 8 MP camera with LED Flash at the rear and a 2 MP front facing camera. It comes with 64 GB of internal solid state storage which makes the tablet lighter and easier to handle. Other features include the NFC, Sensors, Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi and more. And all of these are packed into a thin 0.34-inch (8.7mm) body. The 810 also would also come with a detachable 2-in-1 mobile dock with a hidden hinge design.
A highlight of the Tablet 810 is that it makes use of a Wacom dual digitizer, which goes on to allow for both pen and finger input which makes the usage for the users really easy. There is no news on the pricing of the device and it should be available with the Tablet 600 after the launch of Windows 8 later this year.