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ASUS MeMo Pad 10″ Made Official at Thailand Mobile Expo

MeMo Pad 10

Over in Thailand, ASUS made the MeMo Pad 10 official at a mobile expo. The device, which we have seen and wrote about a couple of times, comes with a 10″ WXGA display, a Tegra 3 processor, 1GB of RAM, and slot for a microSD which allows for additional storage on top of all already present 16GB. 

The tablet will be available in a variety of colors, something I wish more OEM’s did, but we still don’t know when we can expect a launch here in the States. It is more than likely going to be priced at a very reasonable point, but at this rate, this tablet should have been out last year when these specs were somewhat relevant. No, the Tegra 4 is still currently unavailable, but there is already an over saturation of cheap Android tablets.

European MeMo Pad 10 Hands-on:


Via: GSM Arena

  • hkklife

    If this thing charges via MicroUSB, is updated as well as past Asus tablets, and makes its way Stateside for $200-$250 then it could be a mild success. Basically, I think there is room for a larger device in between the N7 and the N10 (which remains hideously overpriced IMO).

  • TynanDeRosa

    If it retails for 350, might as well save up 75$(shipping) and get a Nexus 10 which isn’t as compromised and uses a far faster chipset.

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    • Austin Warren

      Uses a far faster chip set but doesn’t handle it too well. Can’t wait for the next generation Nexus 10 with the Octa processor.

      • michael arazan

        I thought the 7″ was going to be 150, so the 10 inch will prob be 300>?

  • JoshGroff

    Not to mention you can pick up a used TF Prime for ~250, and that’s with 32GB internal.

    Also, Best Buy was selling the TF300 for 279 or something the other week, new of course. Not sure if they still are.

    • Ken Bosse

      I would love 4.2 on the TF Prime. Still a good device, but seems to have been forgotten.