Asus VivoTab Note 8 brings stylus support to 8-inch Windows tablets


Every time a new Windows tablet gets announced we hear a few different complaints. One of the most common is the lack of Wacom stylus support. Asus is at CES and they have unveiled a new Windows tablet with that most requested feature. This puts it ahead of other 8-inch tablets like the Dell Venue 8 Pro and Lenovo Miix 2.

Besides the awesome Wacom stylus support  the Asus VivoTab Note 8 has enough power to get things done. It has an 8-inch 1280×720 display Intel Atom Bay Trail processor, 2GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, a microSD card slot, and of course the included stylus.

The VivoTab Note 8 will be available later this year.  The 32GB model will cost $299 and the 64GB model will cost $349. DO we have any stylus fans who want one of these tablets?

  • Matt

    YES! YES! YEEEESSSSS! I was hoping it would be Sammy…but if Asus does it first…I’m down…8in Win8 Wacom pen garage on tablet….perfect

  • Rishikesh Kulkarni

    I am a bit confused here. I am living in India where a 2013 Nexus 7 costs $300 for a 16gb model. Made by Asus obviously. The Dell Venue Pro 8 costs $400 the least I have to pay for an windows 8 tablet. If Asus is launching VivoTab for $300 or less with full Windows 8 and add on Stylus support isn’t this a big win for Microsoft and Asus for promoting Windows 8 Tablets. I am all in for this one.