We have already had the opportunity to see (and compare) the MeMo Pad 7 by ASUS with other tablets of the same segment, and Although the device is for sale recently (at least in our country), he seems to be leaving a better version “bodied”, this at least according to the blog Yugatech.
The model “upgraded” you would call ASUS HD MeMo Pad and the first improvement, as easily understood from the name would consist precisely in the screen in high definition (720 p), other features, according to the Philippine blogs would be:
- Android OS 4.2
- screenfrom 7 ″ IPS with resolution 1280 x 720 pixels to 210 ppi
- 6 GHz quad-core processor(1 GHz VIA CPU WM8950 from against his predecessor)
- 1 GB RAM memory
- 16 GB internal memory
- WiFi connectivity 802.11 b/g/n
The given that sounds strange is the price: 169 €, that is the same amount that we can find on the market the “non-HD”; at this point I wonder: Interestingly the under 7 MeMo Pad, reducing those who would so self-defeating to purchase a product which is identical but with a lower-resolution screen and a much less powerful?
We stay with the doubt, that will be cleared up soon: the blog that reported this information stated that ASUS will present the MeMo Pad HD at Computex event which starts next Tuesday.Despite the doubts, we can be certain about one thing: even if these specifications will not be confirmed, (probably) that either the Nexus (7)-killer, but maybe that’s what his successor will come out in July (again: maybe).