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ASUS MeMO Pad FHD 10 ME302C-A1-BL 10.1-Inch 16GB Tablet (Blue)

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  • Brand: Asus
  • Category: Tablet PC
MeMO Pad FHD 10 (Blue); ME302C-A1-BL; Blue; Touch Screen; 10.1" WUXGA (19201200), 300 nits; INTEL Clover Trail Plus Z2560 (1.6GHz) Dual Core ; INTEL Clover Trail Plus Z2560; 2GB DDR2; SGX544MP2 ; 16GB Flash; No Optical Drive; Android Jellybean 4.2; 802.11ABGN; 1.2MP Front & 5MP Rear; Bluetooth 3.0; No keyboard (tablet); 1x Head phone / Mic-in; 1x Micro USB; 1x Micro HDMI; Micro SD (SDHC); 1 Year North America Warranty

 

  • 10.1 inches Display
  • Z2560 1.6 GHz Dual Core CPU
  • 16 GB Flash Memory, 2 GB RAM Memory
  • 1.3 pounds
  • Processor: 1.6 GHz Intel Atom
  • Number of Processors: 2
  • RAM: 2 GB
  • RAM Type: DDR2 SDRAM
  • Hard Drive: 16 GB 5400 rpm Serial ATA
Philip R. Heath "Gadgets, Music, & Books" 5.0
44 of 45 people found the following review helpful
The Good:+ Extra Smooth, Fast Navigation+ Video Playback+ Music Playback+ Games+ Good Browser Experience+ Long Battery Life+ Micro-USB Charging Port (Finally!)+ Intel Processor+ Priced Right+ Plenty of Case OptionsThe Bad:- Lots of Bloatware- Feels CheapOverall: The materials might feel cheap, but ASUS gets the rest of the table experience right this time.Design: I guess to get the rest of the experience at this price, ASUS had to compromise on design materials. The back casing of the ASUS Me ... MO Pad FHD 10 makes most netbooks feel like they were made of prime materials by comparison. There's no way to sugar coat it. The MeMO Pad feels like a toy compared to the brushed aluminum on the Transformer Pad Infinity. It is also not the thinnest or lightest tablet compared to the likes of the Sony Xperia Z. However, this is where my gripes essentially end with the MeMO... More >
A Gamer at Heart 5.0
42 of 45 people found the following review helpful
Customer Video Review Length:: 6:23 MinsImpressive Tablet from Asus at a great price point, especially when compared to an Ipad at 16GB or 32 GB. Plus, the micro-SD allows for even more storage. (an option not available on my Ipad) Beautiful screen with great sound, easy set-up, and outstanding customization which is very intuitive.
Gabriel Sala 5.0
41 of 44 people found the following review helpful
I was looking for replacement for my Ipad 1. My tablet usage scenario involves a lot of browsing, book reading, some movie watching and very light gaming.After some research I bought Asus Memo Pad FHD 10.It is a 10" tablet wiht 1920x1200 resolution which puts is above Galaxy Tab 3 and most of the tablets that feature 1280x800,on par with Sony Xperia Tablet Z and below Google(Samsung) Nexus 10 and Apple iPad.Please note, that while Sony Xperia Tablet Z has the same resoluton, the Sony screen is b ... righter and the color space is closer to RGB than on Memo Pad.Memo Pad FHD 10 runs Intel z2560 CPU based on x86 architecture while all other tablets use ARM architecture CPU.This implies that is really difficult to compare the performance, since some operations are faster and other opeations are slower than in ARM based CPUs.For example, the MemoPad Antutu test results are better than Nexus 10, the Sun spyder tests results are better than on Sony... More >
Philip R. Heath "Gadgets, Music, & Books" 5.0
44 of 45 people found the following review helpful
The Good:+ Extra Smooth, Fast Navigation+ Video Playback+ Music Playback+ Games+ Good Browser Experience+ Long Battery Life+ Micro-USB Charging Port (Finally!)+ Intel Processor+ Priced Right+ Plenty of Case OptionsThe Bad:- Lots of Bloatware- Feels CheapOverall: The materials might feel cheap, but ASUS gets the rest of the table experience right this time.Design: I guess to get the rest of the experience at this price, ASUS had to compromise on design materials. The back casing of the ASUS Me ... MO Pad FHD 10 makes most netbooks feel like they were made of prime materials by comparison. There's no way to sugar coat it. The MeMO Pad feels like a toy compared to the brushed aluminum on the Transformer Pad Infinity. It is also not the thinnest or lightest tablet compared to the likes of the Sony Xperia Z. However, this is where my gripes essentially end with the MeMO... More >