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Asus Memo Pad HD 7

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Tablets the Asus Memo Pad HD 7 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 95/100 = Excellent quality.

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Review Asus Memo Pad HD 7 Tablet


The better Nexus. For a year it was very hard to get a high-quali

Inexpensive; Good display; Convincing performance; Light and handy; Good battery runtimes

Limited amount of RAM; No HDMI; UST-OTG not (yet) implemented

The direct rival is obviously the Nexus 7 - which is also manufactured by Asus. It has a similar performance but no camera at the back and no micro SD slot either. Other inexpensive tablets like the Archos Gamepad or the TrekStor SurfTab Ventos 7 are...

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Asus Memo Pad HD 7 review


Even in these days of the low-cost 7-inch tablet, a sub-$200 price tag on an Android slate is usually a big red warning sign. Danger: Crappy tablet! That's the case with the $170 HP Slate 7, not to mention the slew of craplets that pop up at Kmart,...

Inexpensive but not cheap ; Light, comfortable design ; Vivid, colorful display ; Well-curated apps and utilities ; Good battery life

Screen attracts fingerprints ; Asus User Interface can be overwhelming ; Can get sluggish during heavy use ; For $80 more, you can get a cutting-edge Nexus 7

The Memo Pad is a slight upgrade to the 2012 Nexus 7, which means a lower-resolution screen and weaker processor, but for $150, it’s a great deal.

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Asus MeMO Pad HD 7


The Asus MeMO Pad HD 7 is one of the most affordable tablets available, and offers solid features and performance for the price.

Affordable. Sharp display. Good performance for price. MicroSD expandable. Useful Android customizations

Cheap, glossy plastic build. LCD blooming around edges

There's nothing all that remarkable about the Asus MeMO Pad HD 7, aside from its $149.99 (list) price. But when you combine that with what is essentially a first-gen Google Nexus 7 and throw in a rear-facing camera and microSD card slot, you're left...


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ASUS MeMo Pad HD 7 review: a budget tablet that punches above its weight


To some extent, ASUS is a victim of its own success: it gave the budget tablet category a boost with the original Nexus 7, and it now faces a legion of

Colorful display ; Long battery life ; Inexpensive

Lackluster performance, especially in gaming ; Mediocre cameras

ASUS' MeMo Pad HD 7 isn't the fastest tablet, but its quality display, battery and software raise it above other budget tablets.

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ASUS MeMO Pad HD7 Review: $149 Nexus 7.1 Successor & Our First Look at MediaTek's MT8125


The tablet market is presently caught in a race to the bottom, at least in terms of pricing. The shift from the initial crop of 10-inch tablets to 7/8-inch models is well under way, and with that shift comes downward pricing pressure.

We've already taken an early look at the new Nexus 7, also built by ASUS, and came away quite impressed. At $229 I don't think there's a better ultra portable tablet on the market today. With that established, how does the MeMO Pad HD7 hold up at $149?...

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Asus Memo Pad HD 7


With the Asus Memo Pad HD 7, you really get what you pay for. The HD 7 earns its low price with a lackluster design and sluggish performance. It's not very comfortable to hold for long periods of time, and aside from being offered in a variety of...

The Asus Memo Pad HD 7 rocks an impressively colorful screen, features a bevy of useful customization options, and comes in at a budget price.

Its performance is mediocre and the touch screen is sometimes unresponsive. The plastic build gives it a toy-like feel and it isn't very comfortable to hold. The dull design lacks panache.

For those looking to save a buck, for its low price, the Asus Memo Pad HD 7 has a bevy of useful features, though there are better performing options out there.

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The ASUS MeMO Pad HD 7 combines a gorgeous screen, epic battery life, strong performance and a slew of premium features for under $150

Gorgeous IPS display with wide viewing angles; Strong battery life; Good camera with lots of features; Accurate sound; Helpful ASUS software and widgets

Awkward power and volume button placement; Picks up fingerprints; Custom UI occasionally a little laggy

With a gorgeous screen, strong battery life, performance that's good enough for real gaming and a ton of helpful software, the ASUS MeMO Pad HD 7 looks and feels like it should cost a lot more than its budget $149 price. While you can get the HiSense...

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Asus MeMo Pad HD 7 Review


Already notable for its high-end models, like its Padfone and Transformer lines, Asus knows what it takes to become a formidable figure. At the same time, though, they've made great strides in the entry-level market too, which is evident by its...

Extremely affordable pricing ; Packs both front & rear cameras ; Variety in its color scheme

Cheap construction

There’s no arguing about the notoriety and prestige surrounding the newest version of the Google Nexus 7, as it reigns supreme in the 7-inch category, but the Asus MeMo Pad HD 7 is an equally impressive offering on its own. For beginners, it has the...

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Review: ASUS MemoPad HD 7


If you're looking for a budget 7 inch Android tablet, the ASUS MemoPad HD 7 should be on, if not on top of, your list. The HD7 is the upgrade to last year's ASUS MemoPad which fared considerably well in our review – despite it's not being a gaming...

Yes, darn it.

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ASUS MeMO Pad HD7 review


A tablet stuck between a price point and a hard place.ASUS is a huge name in the Android tablet space, and while it may be best known for its "Transformer" tablet line and Google'...

Although there's a decent amount of value here, you're going to get so much more for just a little bit more money with a certain device around the $200 price point. So much so that it's hard to recommend you pick one of these up without seriously...