Cast your filthy minds back to June 2012, and you might recall Asus lifting the lid on something called the Tablet 810 at Computex 2012, a Windows 8-fuelled tablet with a soft spot for physical keyboard action.
A few months later it was renamed the Asus Vivo Smart Tab, and now we’re told it’s finally arriving in the UK as the Asus VivoTab ME400 (sigh), priced £399.
What do you get for your money? Asus VivoTab ME400 specs include a 10.1in (1366 x 768) IPS display, Intel Atom Z2760 dual-core processor, and 8MP/2MP camera combo with 1080p video recording on the rear.
We’re promised 9.5 hours of battery on a single charge, while the Asus VivoTab ME400 runs full (non-RT) Windows 8.
The Asus VivoTab ME400 cover will set you back £39.99, while the cover and ‘TranSleeve’ keyboard weigh in at £89.99.
You’ll be able to grab the Asus VivoTab ME400 from Carphone Warehouse and Argos come January 31, and it comes in ceramic white, diamond blue and poppy red.