ASUS MeMOPad HD 7-Inch 16 GB Tablet, White (ME173X-A1-WH)

September 15, 2013 - Comment

Memo Pad HD 7 – White (ME173X-A1-WH); White; Touch Screen 7″ WXGA(1280*800), LED Backlight IPS panel; Mediate MT8125 (1.2Ghz) Quad-core; Mediate MT8125; 1GB DDR3; SGX544; 16GB Flash; No Optical Drive; Android Jellybean 4.2; 802.11BGN; Webcams: 1.2MP Front & 5MP Rear; Bluetooth 4.0; No keyboard (tablet); 1x Head phone / Mic-in; 1x Micro USB; Micro SD;

Memo Pad HD 7 – White (ME173X-A1-WH); White; Touch Screen 7″ WXGA(1280*800), LED Backlight IPS panel; Mediate MT8125 (1.2Ghz) Quad-core; Mediate MT8125; 1GB DDR3; SGX544; 16GB Flash; No Optical Drive; Android Jellybean 4.2; 802.11BGN; Webcams: 1.2MP Front & 5MP Rear; Bluetooth 4.0; No keyboard (tablet); 1x Head phone / Mic-in; 1x Micro USB; Micro SD; 15Wh, 3950mAh, non-removable polymer battery (10 hours); 1 Year North America Warranty ASUS MeMO Pad 7 HD Tablet view larger

ASUS MeMO Pad™ HD 7

HD Entertainment, Exceptional Value

Sometimes, the greatest things do come in smaller packages. The all-new ASUS MeMO Pad™ HD 7 will make you wonder how we packed so much tablet power into such an incredibly light and compact design.

Brilliant HD Display view larger Brilliant HD Display

Whether you’re outside or upside down, everything looks better on the MeMO Pad™ HD 7 with its brilliant 1280 x 800 resolution (216 pixels per inch) HD IPS Display with 170-degree wide viewing angles. Text looks sharper, colors are more vivid, and games stand out with more realism.

Premium Performance view larger Premium Performance

Armed with a powerful quad-core processor and featuring a responsive 10-point multi-touch panel, the MeMO Pad™ HD 7 offers a premium tablet experience at a price that won’t put a dent in your wallet. You’ll find an increase in productivity, smoother running games, and quicker app load times.

Stay Entertained, Anywhere view larger Stay Entertained, Anywhere

In addition to offering a long battery life of up to 10 hours for all day entertainment, the MeMO Pad™ HD 7 is also incredibly light weighing only 0.66 pounds, which means it can be taken along wherever the adventure may be. Pair that along with complimentary 16GB of cloud storage for 1-year with ASUS Webstorage2, you’ll always have your favorite files updated and at your side.

Camera for Every Occasion view larger Camera for Every Occasion

The MeMO Pad™ HD 7 features a best in class 5MP autofocus rear camera with 100-picture continuous burst shooting and 1080P video recording so you can make certain you capture all those can’t miss moments in life with as much detail as possible. And with a 1.2MP front camera, you will be able to video chat to your heart’s content.

Stunning Sound Quality view larger Stunning Sound Quality

Don’t be surprised if “stunning” is the first word that comes to mind when you listen to the MeMO Pad HD™ 7. With high quality dual stereo speakers featuring exclusive ASUS SonicMaster™ technology, expect sounds from a quiet whisper to a rock anthem come to life in clarity never before heard on a tablet.

Unleash Your Inner Creativity view larger Unleash Your Inner Creativity

Showing off your creative side is easier than ever with the ASUS MeMO Pad™ HD 7:

MyPainter: Demonstrate your artistic skills and share your creations with your friends

ASUS Studio: Managing your photos is a cinch and a whole lot more enjoyable

SuperNote Lite: Who thought note taking could be fun? Read, type, write, or draw like never before

Comments

K. Burke says:

For the price it’s fantastic So, I’ve been putting off a new tablet purchase for quite awhile. I’ve been suffering with an Acer Iconia Tab A100 for awhile now, and while it was nice when it came out it simply doesn’t cut it anymore. But I am cheap. A year ago, had someone said that I would be able to get a tablet with a quad core 1.2 GHz processor, 16GB internal storage, Cameras, GPS, and micro SD slot with a gorgeous 1280×800 IPS screen, and that it would be running Android 4.2.1 Jellybean – all for $150 – I wouldn’t have believed them. I had known for awhile that at some point prices would come down enough and hardware and software would catch up, and was waiting for the right moment. It came today.Most of the reviews I’ve read on this tablet have essentially said that it’s a solid tablet functionally, but that its construction is weak and it feels cheap. Honestly, I don’t see it. While it doesn’t have the same ultra-solid feel that the high-end (expensive) tablets have, it doesn’t in the least feel…

M. Erb says:

Very nice tablet for the price. Beautiful display. MicroSD for additional storage I’ve been very happy with my Nexus 7. However the Nexus 7 lacked a few important features that the Asus MemoPad HD7 has, such as a MicroSD slot for additional storage and a 5MP rear-facing camera. Asus managed to add those important features, and increase the resolution of the screen while pricing this quite a bit below the cost of the Nexus 7. Of course the newer Nexus 7 now has a rear-facing camera but still no MicroSD slot for easily adding storage.Asus did have to cut some corners but the corners that were cut may not mean much to most people. Perhaps the most significant missing feature is NFC. The case material is not quite as substantial as the Nexus 7 case. It’s a bit more slippery and somewhat more plasticy feeling. Also there is definitely something different about the display surface itself… it feels more like plastic than glass. I don’t know what it is, but it’s not as easy to slide your finger over the Asus MemoPad display as it…

GQ says:

Great for 150, and a few things better than the original Nexus 7 I got my MeMo hd 7 pad yesterday and the boxing was similar the original Nexus 7. Once I open it, I noticed it was lighter, but the screen does look smaller due to the larger bezel. But I am sure that the screens are the same size as I measured it to be 7 inches. I also noticed that the glass on the MeMo attracts smugges easily more than the Nexus.Now on to why its a 5 star rating:-It took about 1 – 2 minutes to set up-It updated to a newer version of andriod immediately-I spent 5 hours installing games and apps from google play store and amazon app store and the battery life was still at 57%-It is light, so very easy to hold on your hands for long durations-Gaming like captain America and Iron man was great, no hick ups-Wifi was fast-Screen is beautiful, and it does not pulses/flickers like the Nexus screen-No more dongle to read usb device as I can insert a micro sd card on the side-some useful apps from asus, like…

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