On the whole, though, because the Surface's Touch Cover and Type Cover have more generously sized keys, it's more comfortable to type on and we made fewer typing errors than on Asus' keyboard. In addition, there were a lot of times when we connected the Tab RT together with the keyboard, but the trackpad's cursor would never show up unless we rebooted the tablet. And we have to admit, the magnetized snapping feature on the Surface's keyboard is way more satisfying, superficial as it may be. The device is equipped with a Corning Fit Glass 10.1-inch IPS+ touch screen that has a 1,366-by-768-pixel resolution, a 16:9 aspect ratio, and 600 nits of brightness. On the back there's an 8-megapixel camera with a LED flash and on the front is a 2-megapixel camera.
Hardware featuresPowering the device is a 1.3GHz quad-core Nvidia Tegra 3 CPU and a 12-core GPU, also from Nvidia, It and the keyboard run on a 25-watt-hour and a 22-watt-hour battery, respectively, Also included are 2GB of RAM, Bluetooth 3.0, 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi support, a gyroscope, an accelerometer, and a GPS, Software features and OSThe Vivo Tab RT runs on Windows RT, which is split between two interfaces: a tile-based interface (formerly known as "Metro") that includes the Start screen and a somewhat traditional Windows interface called Desktop, Desktop includes most control panels and settings one would expect on a Windows operating system, in addition to a skinned version of Internet Explorer 10 made to look like 9 and a free copy of Office 2013 survivor case for apple iphone 6 plus, 6s plus, 7 plus and 8 plus - white/clear preview, No additional apps can be installed to the Desktop interface, however..
Though Microsoft no longer calls its new interface Metro (and has not given it a new name), for the sake of clarity, we're going to continue calling it Metro here. If you own an Xbox 360, you'll already be very familiar with Metro's look. Each app is represented by a tile and each can be arranged into different groups. Groups can further be zoomed out and named as you see fit. Tiles can also be made smaller or larger. Swiping inward from the right bezel brings up the Charm bar, which consists of Search, Share, Start, Devices, and Settings. This menu is context sensitive so depending on which app you have open, selecting Settings, for example, will deliver you the settings for that particular app.
Swiping from the left bezel into the screen launches the most recent app, and if you swipe right then left, you'll get a list of recent apps, Swiping from the top or bottom bezel reveals additional app options survivor case for apple iphone 6 plus, 6s plus, 7 plus and 8 plus - white/clear at the bottom of the screen, and finally, swiping from the top bezel to the bottom closes an app, This is obviously different from other tablet interfaces, and it's a lot of new stuff to learn, Some users will be discouraged by the unfamiliarity of things (we know we were), but those who stick with it will discover that's it's actually an elegant tablet interface solution..
Selecting search from the Charm bar allows you to search within the current primary app. Share allows you to quickly e-mail information from the current app or share it to social networks via the People social app (which integrates Twitter and Facebook). Start toggles between home and the last app that was opened. Devices is a list of hardware you currently have networked to the tablet that can interact with the current app, including microSD cards and printers. The promising new hardware is here now, but it’s the software to come that could advance..