ASUS has released its own spin on a budget tablet with the new MeMo Pad HD 7. An updated model of the original MeMo Pad, the new 7” tablet runs Android 4.2.1 with newer hardware.
On the outside, the MeMo Pad HD 7 features a 1280×800 IPS display, 1.2 MP webcam, and 5 MP rear camera with auto focus. The top of the tablet hosts a micro USB port, microphone, and headphone jack. The MeMo Pad HD 7 measures 7.7” x 4.7” x 0.43” and weighs 0.67 pounds (303 grams). The MeMo Pad HD 7 comes in blue, green, pink, and white.
The ASUS MeMo Pad HD 7 is powered by a quad core MediaTek MT8125 SoC clocked at 1.2GHz, 1GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, and a 15Whr battery. Wireless radios include 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, and Miracast wireless display support. The device also has two built in stereo speakers with Sonic Master audio technology.
Best of all, the budget tablet is available now with a price of $149. As an even more affordable alternative to the new Nexus 7, the ASUS MeMo Pad HD 7 looks to be a decent device.
One source for Android
One source for Android tablets worth checking out is a site called T a b l e t S p r i n t — and the Novo 8 Discovery tablet($159) made by Ainol Electronics, which won runner up for Best-Tablet-of-the-year at CES 2012 — offers an 8-inch tablet that compares in size to the mini iPad and features Quad core performance and Bluetooth connection… a key advantage to the 8″ size, is it’s almost as compact as a traditional 7″ tablet, but offers 65% more screen space, which makes quite a difference in user experience.
Another Android tablet available through TabletSprint with some impressive features and launched this week is the new Pipo M7 Pro($255) that for about the same price as the Nexus 7, features a much larger 8.9 inch display with 1900×1200 screen resolution, a Quad core processor, along with built-in GPS navigation– and is packed with features that compare to the new Nexus, while also offering a MicroSD memory card storage slot — the Pipo M7 also works with both the new Chromecast as well as the more advanced Miracast HD Wireless HDTV adapter (like Apple AirPlay) for streaming movies and displaying other tablet content to a TV; and the Pipo M7 also features premium speakers, WiFi with both 2.4 and 5.0 GHz frequencies for greater connection, and the option to use the standard Android O/S or a Windows style User Interface that makes the Android experience much more intuitive and easier to use.
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