ASUS video shows off features of the 7 inch ASUS MeMo Pad

ASUS video shows off features of the 7 inch ASUS MeMo Pad
It was almost a month ago when the 7 inch ASUS MeMo Pad was introduced post-CES by the manufacturer. With Android 4.1 installed out of the box, there are some great features like Project Butter, making the tablet run smoothly with no lagging. And of course, there is personal assistant Google Now, making sure that you receive the right information you need when you need it. There are also a number of other features on the tablet that ASUS shows off in the accompanying video.

The video reveals that the 7 inch screen offers ten-finger multi-touch and that the tablet is a perfect fit for your hands. ASUS Studio lets you manage, edit and tag your photos. Using your finger, you can add your own special touch to your pictures. 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.

source: ASUS

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MeMO Pad
  • Display 7.0 inches
    600 x 1024 pixels
  • Camera ()
    1.3 MP front
  • Hardware , 1GB RAM
  • Storage 8GB, microSDHC
  • Battery 4270 mAh
  • OS Android 4.1



5. Tele7

Posts: 47; Member since: Dec 12, 2012

They should fix all of their updates. The 4.1 screwed up my TF300

3. papss unregistered

Sadly the updates on my tf700t are not much better but hardware wise it's very nice.

2. JulianGT

Posts: 89; Member since: Oct 15, 2012

I wish they put this software on the infinity too

1. Hammerfest

Posts: 384; Member since: May 12, 2012

Sadly, after the bug riddled ICS release for my ASUS TF101 (and no fix in sight), the horrible sound on the new series thanks to the MONO speaker ("master" my ass), including the Infinity... Im staying away from ASUS products, at least when it comes to phones/tablets... I love my TF101 and dock, but ONLY with the 3rd party ROM's from, XDA, the ICS release was absolute TRASH with many bugs listed left and right and entire 50 page forum topic's on the ASUS web forum deleted w/o a valid reason... Screw you ASUS Also, in a new development, ALL downloads for ROM's/Software have gone POOF from the ASUS website for the TF101.

4. hung2900

Posts: 966; Member since: Mar 02, 2012

On PA, many people said "Oh Asus is great, Asus is the best in tablet, why other OEMs cannot update as quick as Asus, blah blah blah" without buying just one (in my country we call that's keyboard hero). I had 3 transformers, tf101, tf201 and tf 701t. The first one is the tab I felt satisfied the most, that's why I could buy other two Asus tablets(of course due to the keyboard too). When Asus updated my tf101 to ICS, OMFG I couldn't play hd video, SODs and crashes happened so often. Of course beside that it had cracking issue and light bleeding at the beginning, but it's still ok until ICS update So I bought the successor tf201. And then I realized that except the thin light body and brighter screen, everything else is the same or worse. The codec for watching videos still poor and alot of problems, screen was loosing and light bleeding, performance was lag and I couldn't believe that it had the quad core CPU. Wifi was like s**t and no GPS and the skew mono speaker was the pain in the ass. I came back to my tf101 (it was better that time with custom Rom and guevor kernel). When Asus released tf70t after a long time introducing, I thought Asus knew thier flop with tf201 and did better, so I bought the it. But omg the performance was still terrible, even worse when playing 3d games and lag was very frequently. Compared to tf201, this tab was better in screen resolution, GPS and wifi (but still s**t thank to the cheap Azura wifi chip instead of Broadcom). Even after updating few times, i felt nothing different (maybe Asus tried to prove it's the fastest in updating but forgot to bring the true quality of an update) If you go to xda, you can see the huge number of complaints, as a result of a terrible tablet.

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