A week ago Asus showcased a new entry-level 7-inch tablet called the MemoPad 7. What we have for you today are two video reviews, one of the MemoPad 7, and the second one of its bigger brother, the MemoPad 10. So without further delay, here are the two reviews:
From the video we can tell both of the devices perform just well, there are minimal lags here and there, but nothing high-priority. The Android version found on both the MemoPad 10 and 7 is 4.1.1 Jellybean, which is not the latest Google has to offer at the moment, but there’s always a chance of a software update coming on the way.
The Asus MemoPad 10 packs a 10-inch display of 1280x800p resolution, a 1,2GHz Tegra 3 processor, accompanied by 1GB of RAM memory. It comes with 16GB of internal storage, a 5MP back-facing camera and a 1,2MP front-facing one. It will be available in several colors for 300 Euros.
The MemoPad 7 on the other hand includes a 7-inch display of 1024×600 resolution, 1GHz VIA WM8950 CPU and Mali-400 GPU. The 1GB RAM found inside serves the tablet well for multi-tasking, and the 8/16GB of built-in storage can be upgraded thanks to the microSD card slot found on the device, which supports cards of up to 32GB. A 1MP shooter is also found on the front of the device, which is also capable of 720p video recording. The MemoPad 7 will be available for $150 in three color variants: Sugar White, Titanium Gray and Cherry Pink.