Asus MeMO Pad Review

Battery:

Who knows why, but this single-core packing, low-res display tablet is somehow terrible in the battery life department. In fact, its fully charged 4270 mAh battery doesn’t even permit us 10 hours of normal usage, which is maddening considering the pitiful specs in tow.

Conclusion:

Don’t let its $150 cost fool you, just because it fulfills that age old adage of “you get what you pay for.” Sure it’s cheap, but there’s good reason for that. Naturally, its outdated specs and low-res display make it extremely obviously, but its molasses slow performance makes the experience extremely unbearable at times – justifying that cheap is cheap. Still, if you’re the kind of person with a lot of patience, you might not mind its arduous performance, but if not, stay far away from this. Somehow, it might end up being thrown across the room due to frustration.

Asus MeMO Pad Video Review:



Pros

  • Hard to beat price of $150
  • Similar build quality & design to the Nexus 7

Cons

  • Washed out and low quality display
  • Outdated hardware
  • Sluggish performance
  • Terrible battery life

PhoneArena Rating:

4.0

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