ASUS MeMo Pad FHD 10 16GB Review
The ASUS MeMo Pad FHD 10 16 GB has unusual specifications, making use of an Atom processor instead of ARM computing core. It utilizes a dual-core atom, with four computing cores at least displayed, even though two are fitted in by Hyperthreading and runs on Jelly Bean Android 4.2.2 operating system.
ASUS employs plastic for casing, but the MeMo Pad gives a high-end impression still, exhibiting a ribbed back. You can hold this tablet quite securely in the hand as it does not slide easily. It weighs 571 grams, which is relatively decent for its 10 inches. The device is however very wide, with dimensions of 264 x 183 x9.5 mm, making it challenging to slip into pocket. The FHD 10 has a non-removable battery which cannot be exchanged, just as many other tablets. MeMo Pad FHD 10 from ASUS operates on the dual-core Intel Atom Z2560, an uncommon processor with Android functions. The proprietary hyper-threading technology utilized targets improved capacity and performance for the tablet, whose graphics are run by the SoC-integrated SGX544MP2, a PowerVR-licensed unit.
ASUS is generous with memory, installing 2GB DDR3 total memory and 16GB storage capacity, which can be expanded by 32 gigabytes using micro-SD card. The other interfaces present are micro-USB for battery recharge and connecting tablet to PC, along with micro-HDMI as well as the standard headset jack measuring 3.5 mm. ASUS depends upon a restrained, but reasonable Android extension, the Jelly Bean 4.2.2 version, adding widgets and expanding the system with several proprietary apps as well as color-calibration tool and basic equalizer. The user also gets storage of 5 gigabytes via Cloud service.
The Memo Pad FHD 10 supports Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, which functions at maximum capacity of 150 MB/sec. It supports Bluetooth 3.0 as well and may be connected to TV without needing cables using Miracast/Wi-Fi Direct. An e-compass is available as well in addition to GPS. This tablet has two cameras, with rear-facing model exhibiting 5MP resolution and producing appealing outcome in good daylight, apart from recording Full HD video of average quality as well. The front-facing camera with resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels, takes simple and basic pictures like most other gadgets. There’s a manual in the functional box of FHD 10, together with 2A power supply, USB-out and micro-USB cord as well as plastic stand. The small stand however faces unusual difficulty keeping upright the tablet, which is larger, in portrait mode. An international warranty of 24 months comes with the tablet and includes pick-up and return of the Memo Pad FHD 10 if faulty.
ASUS includes its own virtual keyboard with appealing layout on this tablet. The number row in particular is highly notable for its prominently-sized letters. The touch screen supports 10-point multi-touch functionality, fingers gliding easily over screen, though the finger button may be slightly confusing at times. The MeMo Pad screen enjoys an agreeably high 1920 x 1200 pixels of resolution.
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