The Nexus 7 has an unofficial younger and bigger brother in the form of the MeMo Pad Smart 10, a 10.1-inch slate that was finally made official by Asus last week. However, we have to wait until Mobile World Congress to see what Asus is planning for its international roll out.
Considering that the big tech event won’t start for a few more days, here’s a video that you can watch of the Asus MeMo Pad Smart 10 to help pass the time.
You’ll get to see the usual assortments of specs and features of the Memo Pad Smart 10 being showcased in the video. The tab’s main selling point seems to be the use of NVIDIA’s quad-core Tegra 3 processor, which runs at 1.2GHz. Other specs include 1GB of RAM, 5MP rear camera, 1.2MP front cam, 16GB internal storage, microSD slot, and micro HDMI slot. In case you’re wondering, Asus will sell the Jelly Bean tablet for $299.
Press play on the embedded video above and let us know below whether you think the 10-inch MeMo Pad is worth your money.
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1 GB ram? Tegra 3 at a whopping 1.2Ghz? a monsterous 5MP camera? What year is this?
Is that good or bad? I’m sensing that it’s bad. Cause even high-end JB phones at the moment have 2GB of ram and at least 8MP. Because this is a tablet, I couldn’t tell if you’re complaining or complementing.. Lol.. i’m serious
It’s not great. Quad core is nice though 1.2ghz leaves a bit to be desired. 1gb of RAM is simply unacceptable for a tablet. That is how much my old Motorola Xoom had and it would slow to a crawl once you tried to do any real multitasking. 5mp camera is perfectly fine on a tablet in my opinion.
That was definitely sarcasm. Not good specs.
Looks well aligned for use in a school / work environment, nothing special about it and I don’t know why anyone wouldn’t pay the $100 more for a Nexus 10.
Definately gonna stick with my transformer infinity! (and dock! :D )