With the Windows 8 wave oncoming quick, it appears to be AT&T that's taking on the mobile bit of the universe first, here with the ASUS VivoTab RT with 4G LTE amongst others. This device is one that we've seen before - announced back during IFA 2012 first of all. It's got an NVIDIA quad-core Tegra 3 TE processor inside, works with Windows RT (that's essentially Windows 8 for tablets, for those of you that do not know), and a 10.1-inch Super IPS display.
This device works with ASUS' own TruVivid technology for a "remarkably vivid and brilliant viewing experience" - enhancing an IPS display is a feat, and ASUS is ready to take it on, so we've seen. This device works with 32GB of internal storage and will be appearing on AT&T's 4G LTE network rather soon. Just like the Samsung ATIV Smart PC for AT&T revealed earlier, this device will be out by the end of the year, more than likely in time for the holiday shopping season.
This tablet has a 1366 x 768 pixel resolution for a lovely sharp experience and runs with 2 GB RAM inside. You'll be working with NFC abilities and a docking keyboard as well. This device looks rather similar to what we've seen from ASUS' transformer series in the recent past, particularly similar to the ASUS Transformer Prime. Have a peek at our ASUS Transformer Prime original review for a closer look at what ASUS does in the hardware department - then stay tuned for this Windows-toting experience.
Just as it has been with several AT&T devices announced today, no pricing or release date has been dropped for the ASUS VivoTab RT. It does seem like a lock for 4G LTE, but we've yet to get absolute final confirmation on the date. Stay tuned for the release of this and a whole new torrential downpour of devices from AT&T and manufacturers galore, soon!