Several people who reviewed this tablet concluded that it was compact. Computershopper.com wrote three years ago “Granted, these compact Windows devices” in their review. Computershopper.com also mentioned “This compact Windows slate looks good”. Expert review site Theglobeandmail.com mentioned in their review of this tablet “The VivoTab Note 8, despite it's lacklustre display, is a solid option for anyone in need of compact, flexible mobile computing solution for a reasonable price”.
A few customers mentioned that it was thin. Helene Blanchonnet mentioned on Amazon “Light weight and slim this tablet replaces my old lap top” and rated it 4 stars. Five years ago expert review site Computershopper.com wrote “The VivoTab RT is thin, light” in their review. Laptopmag.com said “The ASUS Vivo Tab RT offers a bright display, thin and light design” in their review of this tablet and gave it a score of 4 stars.
Some Asus VivoTab Note 8 reviewers agreed that it was lightweight. M. G. Chisholm said on Amazon four years ago “You are not going to get a full version of Windows OS running on a lightweight tablet so either face up” however despite that they only gave the product a score of 3 stars. Goodgearguide.com.au wrote in the same month “Its Intel Atom CPU is a great choice for anyone who wants a lightweight Windows 8-based tablet with long battery life” and rated it 75 out of 100.
One customer said in their reviews that it was heavy and bulky. Michael Lloyd mentioned on Amazon “The unit is not particularly heavy.” in his review of this tablet.
One Asus VivoTab Note 8 reviewer mentioned in their reviews that it was good structurally. Four years ago Myss_tree mentioned on Amazon “Its a nice piece of hardware for the price construction wise though a full size SD slot would be better than the micro SD slot” in their review.