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The Asus VivoTab Note 8 is a Windows tablet with an 8 inch screen, an active digitizer, and support for digital pen input. Although the tablet has a list price of $330, you can almost always find it selling for less than that.
At the moment the best deal around is actually a bundle deal. Buy the VivoTab Note 8 and a McAfee security software package and you can score the VivoTab Note 8 for just $200.
To get that price you’ll need to use a coupon and apply for a rebate though. If you’re looking for a cheap Windows or Android tablet that doesn’t involve jumping through the rebate hoops, there are a few more good deals on small tablets in today’s roundup.
Here are some of the day’s best deals.
- Asus VivoTab Note 8 Windows tablet w/pen + McAfee bundle for $200 after rebate – TigerDirect (coupon: NTV141268)
- Toshiba Encore 2 8″ Windows tablet for $180 – Amazon
- Refurb Google Nexus 7 (2013) Android tablet w/32GB for $160 – Driven GPS (via eBay)
- Asus MeMO Pad ME176CX 7″ Android tablet w/Intel Atom Bay Trail for $140 – Kmart
- Refurb Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Android tablet w/pen for $150 – A4C
- Pre-order a Dell Alienware Alpha mini gaming PC for $549, get a $100 gift card – Dell
- Asus RT-AC56U 802.11ac WiFi router for $80 – Newegg (coupon: EMCPAWH92)
- Buy 2 Google Chromecasts for $55 ($15 off) – Best Buy
- $100 Staples gift card for $85 – Gift Card Mall (via eBay)
You can find more bargains in our daily deals section.
The VivoPad Note 8 has a Wacom digitizer (usually a pro), but there seem to be a ton of users reporting problems with it. Google it…
I’m leaning towards getting a Dell Venue 8 Pro; seems to have a better screen, better build quality, more moderate stylus, and (micro) HDMI out.
Have you tried one of these 8 inch Windows tablets?
I have not, they are priced pretty affordably, but I wonder how much work I could really get done on a screen that small. The Dell seems like a good choice, although it’s annoying you have to buy the pen separately.
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