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Asus Vivo Tab

Asus in August took the wraps off its Windows 8-based Vivo Tab, a convertible PC whose claim to fame is being one of the first NFC-enabled notebooks on the market. It has an 11.6-inch display that can detach from its keyboard and be used as a tablet, complete with 10-point multitouch technology.

In addition to having NFC, the Vivo Tab is also one of the first convertible PCs out of the gate to run Intel's next-generation Clover Trail processor. Asus has not disclosed pricing or availability just yet.


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