The Vivo Tab will be supplied with the 'regular' version of Windows 8, and is built around an Intel Atom processor and a 11.6in screen featuring a Wacom digitiser.
The 1366 by 768 pixel screen provides 10-point multi-touch plus a pressure-sensitive stylus.
Other features include an 8MP rear camera, a 2MP webcam, and NFC support.
The Viva Tab weighs 675g and is just under 9mm thick.
While the Vivo Tab can be used as a conventional tablet, it includes a so-called mobile dock that converts it into a more conventional notebook design.
The mobile dock includes a full keyboard, trackpad, additional battery, and two USB ports.
It's smaller than the Vivo Tab, with a 10.1in display and weighing just 520g.
Like its bigger sibling, it includes a mobile dock (with just one USB port), and the same front and rear cameras and NFC sensor.
Prices have yet to be announced.