Summary: Early on, ASUS was able to offer convincing Android tablets. Especially the Transformer series with its distinctive keyboard dock shaped the image of the ASUS tablet. But nowadays, the Taiwanese company is substantially better positioned in the market.
Pros: convincing display with WUXGA resolution, powerful CPU, micro HDMI output, microSD card reader, current Android version (Android 4.2), solid cameras, LTE option (with a different SoC)
Cons: mediocre battery life at high load / maximum display brightness, maximum brightness could be higher
Summary: Asus has crafted a very modest and understated tablet in the Asus MemoPad FHD 10 that will comfortably take care of all the tasks you want to perform on a slate. Browsing the web and movie watching are real treats thanks to its brilliantly high-res screen, and there's plenty of storage for all your...
Summary: The Asus MeMo Pad FHD 10 , also because of the attractive price tag of $299 (16GB), is an interesting multimedia tablet for home use. The Intel Atom processor offers satisfactory performance in all areas, while the screen 10 ” Full HD lets you play high-definition content with very good quality and...
Pros: Balanced Performance, Full HD screen, Very good quality / price ratio, Good battery life.
Cons: 3D graphics engine subdued, Camera disappointing.
Summary: The Asus Memo Pad FHD 10 is a well-priced large tablet that doesn't compromise on useful extras.
Pros: The Asus Memo Pad FHD 10 boasts a comfortable build, sharp screen with good viewing angles, and starts at a reasonable $329. Included Asus software significantly enhances multimedia experiences and the floating dock feature makes multitasking quick and easy.
Cons: Large apps and games take a long time to load. Also, the power button sometimes takes its time to respond. Swipes to unlock the screen often go unrecognized.
Summary: ASUS' $329 MeMO Pad FHD 10 offers an attractive design, some useful apps and utilities, and excellent battery life. Unfortunately, its 1920 x 1200-pixel display is disappointingly dim, and its Intel Atom processor can be sluggish during everyday use.
Summary: High-resolution x86 Android. An FHD resolution and the still uncommon for Android x86 processor lets the Memo Pad FHD stick out of the crowd. But how will the device fare when examined closely?
Pros: High-resolution IPS screen, Decent performance, Satisfactory battery runtime, On-screen keyboard is compelling, Pleasant to hold, The back has a pleasant feel and is slip-proof. But the screen also has to be praised because it displays an agreeably sharp image even from unfavorable angles.
Cons: Graphics performance in real games not always satisfactory, High standby power consumption, Included stand unstable, Apps that are more compatible with Intel hardware. The tablet sometimes stutters despite enough power. A slightly more stable stand would also be nice.
ASUS MeMo Pad FHD 10 Review: Exquisite Audio Experience, Appealing Intel-Based Midrange Slate (Video)
21 July 2013
Conclusion: ASUS MeMo Pad FHD 10 Review
Pros: good grip, 10 hours of battery, nice price, latest Android available with nice customizations, excellent audio, no lag, light and slim device, presence of micro HDMI, doesn’t overheat in long gaming sessions
Cons: big bezel, no camera flash, brightness could be better, some apps are bloatware, ASUS MeMo Pad FHD 10, ASUS MeMo Pad FHD 10 Review
Excerpt: Asus MeMo Pad FHD 10 is a 10.1-inch tablet with Intel's dual-core 1.6GHz CloverTrail+ processor, 1920x1200 pixels screen, 2GB of RAM, Wi-Fi connectivity, dual cameras (5MP on the back, 1.3MP front-facing one), and 16GB of built-in storage which can be further expanded with microSD cards.
Pros: Verizon 4G LTE network is incredibly fast, 32GB microSD card included, Integrated kickstand works in portrait and landscape
Cons: Battery life is among the worst we�ve ever seen, No 4G LTE power toggle option, Kickstand in landscape orientation blocks microUSB port
Summary: The basics Asus enters the full-sized tablet ring with its latest entry, the Asus MemoPad FHD 10, a 10-inch, full 1080p slate that aims to go toe-to-toe with similar offerings such as the Nexus 10, Sony Xperia Tablet Z, and the iPad, but can it keep up with the top dogs of the tablet world?
Pros: Asus is known for building the amazing Google Nexus 7 line of tablets, and that same build quality is evident in the much larger MemoPad FHD 10. You're treated to a slim slate that measures up at 9mm thick, that's solidly built and shows no signs of flex. It also has a textured plastic rear to st...
Cons: Apple’s long since figured out how to make a tablet with slim bezels, and we wish Asus would follow suit. We've been spoiled by the thin borders on the iPad Air and iPad mini, we'd just wish that other tablet makers would follow suit - as it is, the MemoPad FHD 10 is functional but not quite pret...