VietNamNet Bridge – The tablets with installed Windows 8.1 operation system, believed to have diversified features and high interactions, have been selling like hot cakes in Vietnam.
The best sellers in North America, including Asus Transformer T100A or Dell Venue 8 have also been available in Vietnam.
The versatile computers have partially helped change the definition about tablet. Tablet nowadays is not only the device that serves the people’s entertainment demands, but can also ensure the high working proficiency for users, allowing to connect other devices at anytime and anywhere.
Acer, Sony, Lenovo, HP all have launched “blockbuster” products – Iconia W4, Yoga 2 Pro and Vaio Tap 11. Windows 8.1 tablets are believed to be more modern, fashionable and useful thanks to the high efficiency and versatility of the operation system.
The Windows 8.1 tablets can take full advantage of the hardware power, therefore, they can be featured as laptops and implement complicated missions. Meanwhile, like other tablets, they are super thin, light and have long battery life.
Vaio Tap 11, for example, is just 9.9mm thick, while Asus Transformer T110A’s battery can hold up to 11 hours.
Windows 8.1 has been upgraded in interface with the new buttons Start, Snap View and Live Tiles boxes with varying sizes, which allow users to have the features like the laptops.
With Windows 8.1, no matter users use touch screen, keyboard or mouse, they can enjoy the perfect convenience in both work and entertainment.
Especially, Windows 8.1 can be used with old-generation computing devices to be upgraded, from netbook, desktop to Core 2 Duo. The upgrading would help old computers run more smoothly and effectively. This means that users can save a lot of money because they do not have to spend money on new devices.
A lot of Windows 8.1 tablets provide professional supporting features to users. Sony Vaio Tap 11, for example, offers the OptiTras, a touch technology, which is in no way inferior to professional digital drawing keyboard.
Dell Venue 8 is not only a Full HD film watching machine, but it, with the 8 inch screen, can convert holograph into typed document, like a utility handbook for students.
Users can enjoy the operation system on any device, from smart phone, tablet, or personal computers, while they don’t have to pay to buy auxiliary parts.
According to Buu Dien, the eight best selling Windows 8.1 tablet versions include ASUS Transformer Book T100, Microsoft Surface Pro 2, Dell XPS 12 (2013), Lenovo Miix 2 (8 inch), Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 2 Pro, Nokia Lumia 2520, Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga, Dell Venue 11 Pro.
Dell Venue 11 Pro is believed to be the direct redoubtable rival of iPad Air with a competitive price.
Sharp in early 2014 launched a new tablet model with the extra large 15.6 inch screen RW-16GB Windows 8.1.
Experts have predicted that in the future, the tablets running on both Android and Windows 8.1 would be more popular. Transformer Book Duet TD 300 by Asus remains the only product of this type available in the market, which needs only 3.5 seconds to switch between the two operation systems.
Compiled by Kim Chi
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