Asus launched VivoTab RT LTE back in June of 2012 and the device has been quite successful. VivoTab RT LTE is one of the most prolific hybrid devices ever made but it’s been a few years since this device used to rule the market. As time passed other companies launched new hybrid devices which overshadow VivoTab RT LTE’s abilities.
Take for example Microsoft’s iconic Surface Pro 3. This hybrid device is packed with premium hardware and its features blow VivoTab RT LTE out of the water. Let’s take look under the hoods of these devices and see if VivoTab RT LTE owners should consider upgrading to what Microsoft has to offer.
Asus equipped VivoTab RT LTE with a 10.1-inches display that uses Super IPS+ LCD technology. This panel is coated in scratch-resistant glass and it offers a high resolution of 1366 x 769 pixel. In addition, the display also offers a pixel density of 155ppi.
The reason we previously stated that Surface Pro 3 is an iconic device is because Microsoft is the first company to release a hybrid gadget. Considering how Surface Pro 3 represents the best that Microsoft has to offer, no one should be surprised to find out that its equipped with a high-end 12.0-inches IPS LCD panel that features a resolution of 2160 x 1440 pixels. In terms of pixel density, Surface Pro 3’s display boasts with 216ppi.
Processor and RAM
Leaving the display department aside, the processor and RAM are what breathe life into these devices. With that said, VivoTab RT LTE is fueled by a quad-core NVIDIA Tegra T30 CPU which is paired with 2GB of RAM. Surface Pro 3 ships with an impressive Intel Core i7 CPU that’s bundled with the whopping amount of 8GB RAM.
Even though this was to be expected, Surface Pro 3 completely dominates Asus’s VivoTab RT LTE. Furthermore, VivoTab RT LTE owners who were not sure if they should upgrade their device should know that VivoTab RT LTE’s time has long passed.