Review Asus MeMo Pad 7 ME572C Specifications and Feature


Review Asus MeMo Pad 7 ME572C Specifications and Feature


Review Asus MeMo Pad7 ME572C Specifications and Feature  -  Hi everyone. So today we're taking a look at the Asus MeMo Pad 7, a 7-inch tablet that seems to be designed for a core segment of the tablet market. Rocking an  Asus MeMo Pad 7 ME572C Intel Atom 64-bit CPU clocked at 1.8GHz and 2gigabytes of system memory backed up by 16 gig of internal storage. This is a pretty good mid range tablet.

Now firstly the most striking aspect of this tablet is its aesthetics. This does feel like a tablet that was designed for a subset of the market in some respects, clearly more aimed towards the female demographic  Asus MeMo Pad 7 ME572C than the male. A number of people have commented to me that it almost looks like a clutched purse design, something that the females out there will  probably be more au fait with than me.

But it doesn't really detract from the functionality of this tablet because functionality wise Asus have put an awful lot of bang for your buck in this package. The software suite is exceptional although at times it feels like they might very well be bordering on cramming in everything and the kitchen sink here. I really don't think we need the selfie app. Just strikes me that maybe one app too far to be bundled in, although I can completely understand that with this device being targeted really at a  different area of the market perhaps feedback from consumers suggested to Asus that they really needed a selfie app.

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Asus MeMo Pad 7 ME572C It's not something that would have been high up on my list of priorities I have to say. What's the real world performance like for this tablet? Well, it's actually very, very good for this price point. These Intel CPU's are really  blazing away and you can't really tell the difference between an Arm processor and an Intel processor these days  Asus MeMo Pad 7  and that's probably the greatest compliment we can pay to Intel really.

We found the display and sound quality to be on par. There's no major problems here really with reasonably distinct sound quality for a tablet of this size and with a screen that in my opinion is extraordinarily bright.  I mean this is a really vibrant looking display.  ME572C The upshot of that is text is very easy to read.
It's a very nice tablet for using the web with and also answering emails. It feels crisp but never really oversaturated in any way particularly. Gaming on this tablet is an area which it actually excels at we found. As we've come to expect from Intel chips their performance isn't necessarily  ME572C on par utilising those power vr cores as they do. 

But this tablet actually does perform exceptionally well with leading games - a quite remarkable thing for this price point. The camera is passable as you might expect. I don't think anyone should really be expecting to be taking really high-quality photographs with tablet cameras but other than being a little under nsaturated these images do feel pretty good, I have to say.

Overall the Asus MeMo Pad 7 is a very good mid-range device. It offers a good balance between software performance, hardware performance and price and it's bundled up into a device that may very well appeal to a subsection of the tablet market, probably that female demographic. We can maybe lament this particular design and styling of this device which have made it look a little bit like  Asus MeMo Pad 7 ME572C a clutch purse but again I have to ask myself - who is this device aimed at? It's probably not aimed at people like me.

It's probably aimed at those people who may be a little bit more discerning in the type of accessory they like to carry with them and most likely that is aimed at the female demographic. Those people who are looking for something just a little bit different not just the black slate that we've kind of come to know  and put up with from tablet design. Asus MeMo Pad 7