Now that we’ve told you all about the Asus MeMo Pad 8, let’s have a look at its big brother, the MeMo Pad 10. In a lot of ways, this one is a larger clone of the MeMo Pad 8. In some others, Asus has made some confusing omissions. We’re going to venture a guess that they made the changes they did to keep the device affordable, but no pricing or availability has been announced yet.
As we noted, much of these specs will be the same as the MeMo Pad 8, but there are a few interesting points as well. The battery, though a huge increase in size, only lasts about 30 minutes longer. The rear camera isn’t up to snuff, and the screen has the same resolution as the MeMo Pad 8, oddly enough. Here are the full specs:
There you have it: a puzzling tablet, which we hope will check in at a very low price point. This has the ability to make its way into a lot of homes, but Asus needs to really hit a homerun with the pricing.
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decent specs for the average tablet user should be around $229-$300 no more
well, 10″ discount tablet. If you dont want more I guess its okay. A LITTLE bit more would have been okay I think.
Asus is making mistake. If they wanna sell their 8″+ tablets for more than $200 they should make them 1080p. Their tablets have advantage of MicroSD expansion.