Earlier this year, ASUS introduced the $150 Android tablet known as ASUS MeMO Pad. Today, the tablet lands in the USA as one of the More inexpensive tablets around. Don’t be fooled by the cost, mind you. There’s plenty under the hood for the money.
Full Asus MeMO Pad details:
- Operating system: Android™ 4.1 Jelly Bean
- Display: 7-inch (1024 x 600, 170PPI) LED-backlit; 10-point multi-touch; 140-degree wide viewing angle; 350-nits brightness
- Front Camera: 1MP back-illuminated sensor, f/2.0, with 720p HD video capture at 30fps
- Storage: 1GB RAM; 8GB or 16GB storage with microSD card slot (up to 32GB); 5GB free ASUS WebStorage
- Wireless: 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi
- Connectivity: 3.5mm headphone/mic; Microphone; Micro-USB port; Sensors; G-Sensor; Pre-installed ASUS applications; SuperNote Lite; ASUS WebStorage; ASUS WebStorage Online Office; ASUS Studio; BuddyBuzz; MyPainter; MyBitCast
- Battery: 7 hours (16Wh Li-polymer, 4270mAh)*
- Available colors: Sugar White, Titanium Gray, Cherry Pink
- Size: 196.2 x 119.2 x 11.2 mm – 7.72 x 4.69 x 0.44”
- Weight: 370g – 13.1oz
It’s not a bad package, and if you are interested in picking one, then you can get it from Amazon or GameStop. Although, by just paying $50 more, you can get the Nexus 7 which is generally considered a better option.
Are planning to buy an ASUS tablet? Given the choice between Nexus 7 and MeMO Pad, which one would you prefer? Tell us about it in the comment box below.