Asus Memo Pad 7 Reviews | What is the best thing about this Gadget?

Saturday, April 11, 2015

 Asus has propelled another era of Android tablet, taking another cut at the 7inch business sector with the new Memo Pad 7, which joins the Memo Pad 8 and new 10inch Transformer Pad in the most recent Asus tablet line-up. At just £120, this financial plan 7in tablet tackles any semblance of the Tesco Hudl, and challenges the £199 Nexus 7. Here's our full audit of the Asus Memo Pad 7.

The financial backing tablet business has been a somewhat of an unsafe region for customers previously, however since the dispatch of a few noteworthy yet modest tablets like Tesco's £120 Hudl, the £120 Amazon Kindle Fire HD and the £159 Barnes & Noble Nook HD, the notoriety of the sub-£200 tablet business has enhanced immeasurably.

To such an extent, truth be told, that the £199 Nexus 7 is really top of the PC Advisor tablet outline for 2014 at this moment, beating any semblance of the £400 tablets, for example, the iPad Air and Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet. So how does the Asus Memo Pad 7 admission against this intense rivalry? Perused on to figure out.

Design and construct

Like the Tesco Hudl, the Asus Memo Pad 7 (ME176CX) comes in a few hues, however we find Asus' shading decisions firmly all the more engaging. We tried a somewhat delightful metallic blue model, however there are likewise yellow, red, dark or white alternatives accessible.

In general, we discovered the outline and construct of the Asus Memo Pad 7 to be shockingly strong and alluring for a financial plan tablet. The bezels around the 7in showcase are little, especially contrasted with the Hudl, Nook HD and Kindle Fire HD. Albeit plastic, the back has a smooth, premium-feel completion, and the ports, speakers, cam and catches are flawless and a la mode.

It's 9.6mm thick, which is more slender than the Tesco Hudl, yet is chunkier than the 8.7mm of the Nexus 7 and the iPad small's 7.5mm. It measures 295g, which is not exactly the Hudl's 370g and the iPad smaller than expected's 331g.

The weight and thickness of the Asus Memo Pad 7 is perfect for a 7in tablet, with the width of the gadget in representation mode ideal for holding with one hand. You'll require two hands to utilize the tablet while holding it, however for perusing or viewing a feature, holding it with one hand won't get too substantial, and you won't feel like you're going to drop it.

There's no fold to cover the microSD space, however, so we envision it could get somewhat dusty in there in case you're not utilizing a card. Additionally, we found that the tablet's screen is truly intelligent and truly shows up fingerprints and smircesh.

Hardware and execution

The Asus Memo Pad 7's 7in IPS showcase has a determination of 1280 x 800 pixels, making a 216ppi pixel thickness. That is a touch baffling when you contrast it and the Nexus 7's 323ppi presentation, and even the Tesco Hudl's 243 ppi. Notwithstanding, we discovered the screen to be brilliant, bright and sufficiently fresh for most – you'll just truly recognize the lower pixel thickness in case you're now used to utilizing a much higher determination show.

Inside the Asus Memo Pad 7 is an amazing 64-bit 1.86 GHz Intel Atom Quad-center processor with 1GB RAM. Intel's Atom processor is sufficiently capable to be utilized as a part of netbooks and half and halves, notwithstanding tablets and cell phones, so is a phenomenal offering point for a financial plan tablet like this one.

In spite of the fact that Android isn't 64-bit just yet, we discovered the Memo Pad 7 to be responsive and smooth, and it performed most assignments we through no sweat. Applications dispatched rapidly on most events – even the cam application, which is frequently discovered to be the defeat of different tablets and cell phones. There were a couple of times when we discovered the tablet a little laggy, yet fortunately it was sufficiently uncommon that we barely taken note.

In our benchmark testing, we found that the Asus Memo Pad 7 scored 2400 in our GeekBench 3 test, 14.4fps in the Manhattan GFXBench design test and 608ms in the Sunspider program test. Those outcomes are higher than any semblance of the Tesco Hudl and very like the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.

There's a choice of either 8GB or 16GB interior memory, yet you'll be satisfied to hear that there's a microSD space that permits you to include an additional 64GB in the event that you require it. This is something that the Nexus 7 needs, yet the Tesco Hudl has a microSD card for signifying 32GB more.

As can be normal, the Asus Memo Pad 7 has WiFi, however not the most recent (speedier) 802.11ac standard. It has Bluetooth 4.0, however there's no 3G/4G network or NFC.


We rather like Asus' ZenUI interface for Android 4.4 KitKat. It's not all that diverse that you'll see it new, however it does offer level, straightforward and straightforward symbols and applications no matter how you look at it, finish with delicate and charming shading plans.

Eminently, the What's Next highlight is a perfect method for dealing with your timetable, uniting occasions, gatherings, birthdays and more from diverse applications. It'll additionally furnish you with updates on the off chance that you've got an arrangement heading up, for instance.

Battery life

The Asus Memo Pad 7 has a non-removable 15Wh battery, which Asus says will keep going for nine hours of steady utilize.

We've been utilizing the Asus Memo Pad 7 for scanning the web, sending messages and utilizing online networking periodically for the duration of the day and have observed that it can keep going for a few days with this sort of utilization. In case you're a gamer or like to watch features or TV indicates on your drive, you will find that the battery depletes snappier, however you won't have to charge it more than once every couple of days.

The Memo Pad 7 has a magnificent Power Saver application, which permits you to turn on what Asus calls 'Shrewd Saving' choices, including streamlined mode for general battery life expansion, ultra-sparing mode in case you're running perilously low, or a custom force sparing mode that you can adjust to your inclination.


The Asus Memo Pad 7 has two cams, one on the front and one on the back. The back confronting cam is 5Mp like the one found in the iPad small and iPad Air. We discovered the outcomes to be sensible, yet you won't be printing the snaps and encircling them. They're not especially sharp and a significant number of our test photographs were very grainy, particularly in darker.

 Special Features :
  • Front speaker with ASUS SonicMaster technology for immersive audio
  • Intel Atom Multi-Core Z2520 Processor 1.2 GHz with Intel® Hyper-Threading Technology
  • Palmed portability with narrow bezel at 11cm width Up to 10 hours* of battery life for all day computing


  1. Great review! I haven't heard to much noise about the asus memo pad in the states, but I do have an asus tablet and still like it.

    1. @BRYANDA L , Thank you for appreciating. This gadget actually cool, i also have here the asus zenfone 6 and this gadget also is totally cool not even lag when i play games :




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