Reviews and Problems with Asus MeMo Pad HD 7 (ME173X)
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Asus MemoPad HD 7
4 October 2014
Summary: There's not much to complain about with the Asus Memopad HD 7: it's affordable, app-packed and it gets the job done. But for now, it's not the best bargain out there: the going going gone Nook HD from Barnes & Noble can be had for just £99, with similar software and a superior screen, while Asus'...
Summary: Fresh components. The Memo Pad HD 7 ME176C is the successor of the Memo Pad HD 7. Asus equipped the new version of its 7-inch tablet for 200 Euros (~$269) with a more powerful quad-core SoC as well as the latest Android version. Our review shows if the fine-tuning was successful.
Pros: Low price, Good display, 11 GB free storage, Android 4.4.2, Convenient on-screen keyboard, High performance, Low temperatures, Long battery runtimes, The Asus Memo Pad HD 7 ME176C is inexpensive, fast and offers a lot of free storage in the 16 GB configuration.
Cons: Non-removable battery, Poor camera modules, No 2G/3G/LTE, Only 1 GB RAM, A better camera module and a flash, especially when you consider the convenient camera settings.
Excerpt: ASUS' last MeMO Pad HD 7 was our favorite budget tablet of 2013, thanks to its bright display, strong battery life and helpful software. The new $149 7-inch MeMO Pad 7 ME176CX sports an updated design and swaps the lesser-known MediaTek processor inside last year's model for a more powerful Intel...
Excerpt: If you’re looking for a budget 7 inch Android tablet, the ASUS MemoPad HD 7 should be on, if not on top of, your list. The HD7 is the upgrade to last year’s ASUS MemoPad which fared considerably well in our review – despite it’s not being a gaming tablet, its somewhat pixelated display, and the...
Summary: To sum it up, the HD 7 is not aimed at heavy users and gamers but at casual users who just want a very capable tablet that can be used to browse social networks, take decent photos, read e-books on the go, watch movies, and play less graphic-intensive apps.
ASUS MeMo Pad HD 7 Review: Our Budget Android Tablet of Choice
13 October 2013
Excerpt: ASUS MeMo Pad HD 7 Review We often get asked what budget-friendly Android tablet we recommend. There are actually a lot of brands from China that are below Php8,000 but most of them break down easily or they don’t have enough local customer service.
Summary: In general, we can be very satisfied with the small tablet ASUS house. The performance of the MeMO Pad HD 7 have nothing to envy to other higher-end tablets and the price makes it definitely a good buy, recommended to all those who are looking for a tablet pocket to take with him.
Pros: Display great, SonicMaster audio very pleasant, More affordable price.
Cons: Absence of the notification LED, Impossibility of sharing videos on TV via HDMI, Lack of functionality USB.
Excerpt: Don’t let its cheap plastic build fool you: While the $150 MeMo Pad HD 7 may look chintzy and toyish, this tablet offers big performance and a great feature set at an extremely attractive price point.
Pros: A lot of tablet for very little money. Battery lasts up to 10 hours. 16GB of internal storage expandable to 32GB via micro SD card. Comes with Android customizations that are actually useful.
Cons: Dull, uninspired design. Wi-Fi only. Plastic back feels cheap and attracts fingerprints. Disappointing camera, particularly in low-lighting.
Summary: - With a surprisingly low $149 price tag, the ASUS MeMO Pad HD 7 is a budget tablet that actually doesn't skimp. In effect, it offers an experience close to that of the original Nexus 7 at a lower price.