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ASUS MeMo Pad 10 Flaunts Jelly Bean In First Unboxing Video

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It was the original ASUS MeMo 7 that ended up becoming Google’s best selling Android tablet to-date, the Nexus 7. After that disappeared we weren’t sure that we would see another tablet from the MeMo line until recently when the 7″ low-end tablet was re-announced. If you were looking to be blown away by specs though, that tablet was not for you. However, a new 10″ MeMo Pad has surfaced and is looking to be better equipped. 

The video doesn’t show much save for ASUS‘ light skin on top of an unspecified version of Jelly Bean, but everything done on the tablet looks snappy and silky smooth. No specs are mentioned anywhere about processor, screen or memory that is packed inside, but it’s looking highly likely that this device will be officially announced at Mobile World Congress coming up in a few weeks. Then we should have all the information we need on this MeMo Pad 10 to see if it’s actually worth buying.


Via: TechHive

  • rickmartin10000

    One other Android tablet maker making strides to offer quality Android tablets at budget prices is Ainol Electronics — which has previously won runner-up for “Best Tablet of the Year” at CES, and this month has introduced the Novo Quad Core Series of Android tablets– including the Novo 10 Hero II which launched this week… with one U.S. reseller – a site called TabletSprint offering this new model for $239 —

    The Novo 10 Hero compares and to the Nexus 10 tablet but for considerably less – matching key features, including a Quad Core processor, Android 4.1.1 O/S, a high resolution 1280×800 IPS screen with advanced 10-point multi-touch, 16GB memory, 8000 mAh Battery, and Google Play Store preinstalled — The Novo Hero II also features a front Webcam and 2-Megapixel rear camera, a MicroSD memory card slot, an HDMI 1080p port with both HD and 4K Output (twice the resolution as 1080p) to download and watch movies directly from a tablet on a large screen TV and also project & play video games on to a big screen; plus several ways to connect to the internet, including Ethernet as well as 3G/4G Wireless connection through its USB port with a 3G/4G USB adapter.

  • rickmartin10000

    In February, the Novo 9 Spark is also expected to be released, which will feature a Quad Core processor along with a 9.7 inch 2048×1536 (Retina) screen– and a powerful 10,000 mAh battery, 4K Digital HDMI, and a 5 Megapixel Rear Camera with AF and Flash for about $270 at TabletSprint.

    It should be interesting to see how the new Novo Quad Core Series fares in 2013 as this company gains more presence in the tablet market.

  • master94

    Asus has gotten lazy in boxing since the transformer series. Otherwise Im excited about this, its very smooth and fast

  • Zachary Ervin

    Show me what happens when you try to install several apps from the Play Store while doing….anything…else. I love my TF700, but the device chokes hard during heavy writes. Installing CleanROM or CM10+ helps tremendously, but it is still a somewhat flawed device in terms of smoothness.

  • droyd4life

    Looks pretty fast. I’m not very impressed with Asus after my TF700 though. That thing was super laggy before I loaded a custom ROM.

    • Edward Bixler

      cleanROM ftw!

    • What ROM are you using with your TF700?