Good basic tablet. not a Laptop replacement and nothing fancy
14 November 2014
Summary: good tablet for the price. If you are looking for something to replace a laptop, for the workplace or gaming look elsewhere. but this is a good basic tablet. I use mine primarily for portable media with a little basic web browsing (anything more gets the laptop or Desktop) If you are looking for a...
Summary: This is the tale of two tablets - One so poor I was going to return it, and the other very good - and they are the same tablet! I got this tablet and started to set it up. First I could not even get the lock screen off. After repeated tries and resets, I managed to get the lock screen off.
Summary: Love the functionality and style. A nice little workhorse that is super handy and sharp looking on top! Decent graphics, good speed, simple to navigate, and lots of options for work or play. Very glad I ordered it and would not hesitate to recommend it to friends & family.
Nice tablet for the price but with limited-range wireless
P. Metz, Amazon
22 August 2013
Summary: I did quite a bit of research to find a decent-quality tablet for around $250, and this one delivers. The size and form factor (very thin) is what I would expect and want from a 10" tablet. It feels sleek and is very light. The build quality seems quite good for a device housed in a plastic shell.
Summary: The ASUS MeMo Pad 10" tablet is a portable way to web surf and enjoy multimedia. It has adequate power to do what it needs to. It streams video capably and works well as an e-book reader--without the Kindle Fire price. It should be noted that the MeMo pad only has Wi-Fi--with no 3G or 4G capability.