Summary: Even the original $159 Kindle Fire offers a better IPS screen and access to more free content. What the MeMO pad has over that slate is dedicated volume controls, microSD and full access to the Google Play store.
Summary: Affordable brand name - continued. Acer successfully got the ball for low-budget brand name tablets rolling. Now Asus takes up the chase with its 150 Euros (~$195) Memo Pad tablet. Can it catch up?
Pros: Good workmanship, Generous memory capacity, Fast internal storage, Pleasant weight, The build makes a good impression. The memory, both the RAM and internal storage, are generously sized.
Cons: Moderate choice of materials, No Bluetooth or GPS, Average battery life, Low-quality camera, Bluetooth and GPS should be included even in an entry-level device. Longer battery runtimes would also be nice.
Conclusion: Overall the Asus MeMo Pad 7 is an accomplished and affordable 7-inch Wi-Fi only tablet, even if it fails to truly excite and get the blood pumping. But with the Tesco Hudl its main nemesis, it does a good job of standing up against the supermarket giant: the Asus is the better looking bit of kit.
Pros: Gives Tesco Hudl a run for its money, microSD expansion, multiple colour options
Cons: Reflective screen, resolution and brightness less impressive than competitors
Conclusion: Asus' MeMO Pad 7 is best tablet for its $229 price. Asus has found ripe middle-ground with its Android overlay, the design is the kind you’ll want to flaunt and there are a tonne of features. The Nexus 7 is the budget tablet we recommend, but many will rather pocket the $70 and pick this up instead.
Pros: Great design, Inexpensive, Nice 'ZenUI' Android overlay
Summary: Another standard priced tablet floats from Asus into the consumer hands. The new Asus Memo Pad ME172V is for your daily use- reading, watching and gaming. It is not something that has fancy features like that you might find on touchwiz. It is meant to fulfil your necessities and not your luxuries.
Excerpt: With the launch of MeMO Pad ME172V tablet, ASUS has entered into the budgeted tablet segment for the very first time. MeMO stands for "My Mobile. My Moment", and therefore, this MeMO Pad is ideal for people, who are always on-the-go.
Excerpt: Asus has plenty of experience making low-cost Android tablets, being the company behind both of Google's excellent Nexus 7 tablets. Asus has applied this knowledge to its MeMO Pad HD 7 , with impressive results.
Conclusion: Asus, Memo Pad ailesini bir hayli genişletti. Artık ailede irili ufaklı pek çok model görebiliyoruz. Bu tabletlerden kompakt boyutlu olanlar arasında yer alan MeMO Pad HD 7 'i daha önce incelemiştik.
Pros: +, Renk seçenekleri, +, Yüksek performans, +, Android arayüzü, +, Android 4.4
Cons: −, Kamera, −, Parmak izi topluyor, −, HDMI yok