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ASUS MeMo Pad 10 Press Images Spotted, Still Looks Pretty Sleek

ASUS MeMo Pad 10

We scarcely speak of ASUS’s budget-friendly MeMo Pad lineup because frankly, we simply read our comments section. No one seems all that interested. But with these new press renders of the MeMo Pad 10 hitting the web, it sort of has us second guessing our own initial reactions to the lineup. I mean come on, look at that smooth backside. 

On top of the overall elegant look the MeMo Pad 10 gives off in these images, the device looks extremely thin in comparison to last year’s Transformer models. We previously posted up an unboxing of the device, but since posting, the video has gone private. Figures. We have little to go off of in terms of specs, but we do know it features a 10.1 IPS display at a resolution of 1280 x 800, is powered by a Tegra 3 chip, sports two cameras, and runs Android 4.1 out of the box.

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ASUS is apparently ready to unveil both the MeMo Pad 7 and MeMo Pad 10 at MWC this year. That should be exciting for some.

What would this slate need to be priced at for you to be interested? $250? Lower?

Via: Tablets Magazine

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  • moe6

    Wasn’t the Memo supposed to be an expensive wacom digitizered tablet? The original 7″ Memo is still proper expensive now if you can find one.

  • Futbolrunner

    I want to see the next iteration of their Transformer line. I haven’t gotten a tablet yet and am waiting to see what they may have.

    • michael arazan

      Same here, I’m waiting to see the revamped Nexus 10 with the better processor as well before I buy my first tablet. I did get the N 7 for my folks for x-mas and played around with it. But Asus has Keyboards too which is always nice to have

  • Ruel Smith

    Mee Mo is dead in the water. Seriously, I can understand Microsoft’s push, but Mee Mo, Ubuntu, Plasma Active…dead.

    • Andrey Feldman

      This is running android… its called the Memo not Meemo

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  • androidfan 4 life

    hey Asus when is android 4.2 jellybean coming out on the transformer prime

  • wm snyder

    cheap is good if it is state of the art tech that will last 2yrs or substandard

  • yiannis

    I’m buying a 9-10″ tablet in July for my parents. I hope there are some from reputable manufacturers around.

    • Logan Jinks

      unless your parents are strict anti apple people, I would get them an iPad as their first tablet. As much as I love android, iOS has been much friendlier to my mom than anything else she has tried.

    • Eric Franca

      I disagree with Logan here. Gave my mom a N7 for Christmas. She loves that thing. I still have to explain to her what a .zip file is, but she’s more comfortable with Android than Apple. That’s just my mom though. And I do have to answer the odd question here and there.

  • MichaelFranz

    A thinner version of the TF300T, doesnt look much more on the spec end. I love the TF300T, even thought i bought it for my GF. Only complaint is it does tend to be laggy at times in browser.

    • New_Guy

      Chrome tends to be much better than the stock browser.

  • Looks can only get a tablet so far. It’s got Nexus 7 specs with 3 more inches of real estate. It should be priced at least at the N7 price point. $199 or less. I get that it’s bigger but it seems most in the Android world prefer the small size for mobility and comfort. So bigger shouldn’t be pricier. At least in my book.

  • Jack Hoffman

    Who else things that Asus should use this name to make a GNote tablet competitor. I love my TF700T, but the only things it’s missing is the forward facing speakers and S-Pen of the GNote 10.1.