Asus MeMo Pad HD 7 ME173X / ME173L
In-depth review of the Asus Memo Pad HD 7 (Mediatek , PowerVR SGX, ", kg) with numerous measurements, benchmarks and.streaming
If there's one company that knows how to make a great budget tablet, it's Asus. With its 7in widescreen display and black screen bezel, you could easily mistake the Memo Pad HD 7 for a Nexus device. From the back, however, the vibrant colours and glossy finish make it clear this is something very different. At g and with a slightly shorter bezel, the HD 7 is both smaller and lighter than the Nexus, and you get a choice of five colours too. The volume and power buttons are recessed slightly at the right side of the tablet, but you quickly get used to reaching further behind in order to use them. The 7in IPS panel is impressive, and its brightness and contrast is similar to that of the Nexus 7. Viewing angles are excellent and colour accuracy is superb.
Awkward power and volume button placement; Picks up fingerprints; Custom UI occasionally a little laggy. The MeMO Pad HD 7's chassis is covered in plastic that sits on top of aluminum base that gives the device a solid, durable feel. Users who dislike fingerprint marks won't appreciate the tablet's reflective surfaces. We highly recommend the blue, pink or green colors, because they really look impressive. We wish, however, that the bezel wasn't so thick and that the power button and volume rocker weren't angled toward the back.
As a budget tablet, the Memo Pad HD 7 perfectly fits the bill. It's fast enough, has all the features you'd expect and a particularly vibrant screen. It's keenly priced and generally offers an excellent user experience. It's also light enough to use It's also light enough to use comf
In-depth review of the Asus Memo Pad HD 7 MEC (Intel Atom Z, Intel HD Graphics (Bay Trail), 7", kg) with numerous.
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Fresh components. Our review shows if the fine-tuning was successful. For the original German review, see here. Asus also reworked the case that is now slightly lighter and thinner. Both chips are supported by 1 GB memory. Besides our review unit with 16 GB storage, the tablet is also available with 8 GB.
Got more money to spend? Head to our best Android tablets for your options. To give it a more high street-friendly look, the tablet comes in a bunch of colours — none black — including dark blue, green, pink and white, but otherwise the tablet keeps things basic. At The most significant exterior one is that it has a microSD memory slot on the left edge. You get a reasonable 16GB of storage, 11GB of which is accessible.
Sharp display. Good performance for price. MicroSD expandable. Useful Android customizations. It's easily among the best tablet values out there. Design and Features The HD 7 has the unmistakable feel of a cheap tablet.
Review Asus Memo Pad HD 7 Tablet
A perfectly usable budget Android tablet for newcomers who don't require internet access on the go. - The better Nexus. For the original German review, see here.