BuddyBuzz allows you to keep an eye on all of the social networks you follow, in just one place so you will never miss an important message. SonicMaster Audio Technology with Audio Wizard gives you multimedia capabilities on the fly and My Painter lets you become an artist while mobile. If you need to write a list or just have an urge to doodle, SuperNote Lite lets you type, write or scribble anywhere, anytime.
The tablet comes with 5GB of cloud based storage that you can use to sync data back and forth between your laptop, smartphone, PC and tablet. You can even create, view, edit and share office files with WebStorage Online Office. Floating App will have you multitasking between the browser, video, countdown timer, calendar, email and sticky memo. The tablet comes in Titanium Gray, CherryPink and Sugar White, priced at what seems like a ridiculously low $149.99. That comes out $50 cheaper than another ASUS tablet you're probably more familiar with, the Google Nexus 7. Of course, the latter offers a quad-core processor, and a higher resolution screen. But if you are on a budget, the 7 inch ASUS MeMo Pad looks pretty hard to top.
If you need a larger screen, there is speculation that the 10 inch version of the ASUS MeMo Pad will be unwrapped at MWC later this month.