Asus’ latest product is quite an interesting device – it’s a tablet running the ARM version of Microsoft’s new platform – Windows 8, the so-called Windows RT. The gadget also features a quad-core Tegra 3 processor and 2GB of RAM memory, which make it quite a capable device, at least hardware-wise.
Those however are not its only appealing features – the Asus Tablet 600, as the gadget is called, has a 10.1″ IPS+ display with a resolution of 1366×768 and lots of other little things, which have become mandatory for the cutting-edge mobile devices of today – NFC, WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0, two cameras, both of which with impressive resolutions – 8Mp for the main (which is also equipped with an LED flash and autofocus) and 2MP for the front-facing one. So far the only question, which remains to be answered is the one about the battery life, but considering how energy-efficient ARM chips are, it’s probably going to be about 10-15 hours. B. A.