The Asus Vivo Tab RT, formerly known as the Tablet 600, is now available for pre-order for $599.99 online.

The price only includes the Tablet part though. The keyboard/dock will be available for an extra $200.

TigerDirect has a bundle with both the tablet and keyboard for $799.99

The Vivo Tab RT has 2GB of memory, a Tegra 3 processor, 10.1-inch 1280 x 800 IPS display and 32GB of solid state storage

Once again, you can find this at TigerDirect.

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  • voleheart

    those bezels are so HUGE!

    • Onuora Amobi


      Yeah they are…

  • 1stkorean

    My Asus Transformer Infinity 700 just keeps on getting better. $580.00 for my Infinity & Dock. These prices are going to kill the Windows 8 Tablets and I am sure the Microsoft Surface is not going to start @ $300.00 either making it mute out the door.

    • Onuora Amobi

      You think $599 is too much?

      • 1stkorean

        no matter how you say it that is $600.00 without a keyboard or here ₩665,988.90 KRW. at some point i am sure my parents will tell me no even though they haven’t done so yet. but i am going to US next month for a concert and the tickets alone were $4500.00 / ₩4,995,000.00 KRW for orchestra seats + round trip airfare and hotel and of course play money in LA.

      • javaholic

        Hell yea it is a lot of money!

      • Digital Syrup

        Yes… $599 is too much. I think the sweet spot is $399.