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Good: speed and price plus good screen and battery life
Bad: No hdmi socket plus wont play WMA files
Comment: Have only had the tablet for 3 days but have used it to Skype my daughter which I find better than my desktop PC. The voice recognition is brilliant meaning I can search the web quickly. Even my wife who is a technophobe has started to borrow it as it is so easy to operate. Have just had a firmware update that went very smoothly. All in all am impressed with the unit and now my wife wants one.
Good: when it works
Bad: dont buy Asus
Comment: The tablet itself is a good tablet when it works but I still wouldn't reccomend it, I have owned mine for less than two months and in that time the screen has failed twice on it. Sent it back to Asus both times as its covered in warranty but each time I have done they have tried to get out, this isnt the first time I have had a issue with Asus a few years back I purchased one of there laptops and that developed a fault and even then they tried to get out of doing anything.
Overall dont reccomend the tablet or company
Good: bargain device
Bad: not the best technology
Comment: I bought this for £69 in Tesco also, so this tablet is perfect for me. Now I can play all day without running my phone flat.
Good: Cheap, fast, good graphics.
Comment: I bought this yesterday for £69 :)
i really wanted a tablet for a while but was determined not to pay a stupid price, then i seen this on offer at Tesco and couldn't resist,
i wanted it mainly for use while on break at work, i work nights and get quite a lot of "down time" when there is nothing much to do,
for the price i paid, it's unbeatable ! really happy with it.
Good: screen, battery, price
Bad: no 3G Slot
Comment: Its an amazing little tablet for 135€.
Good: Good value, great screen, micro SD slot, quick enough processor for normal usage
Bad: Plastic rear case not as good as Nexus 7, but you'll put it in a case anyway...
Comment: What a great 7 inch tablet! I also have a 2012 Nexus 7 and the MeMo Pad HD7 is just as good at everything, and better in 2 areas - it has a rear camera, and a micro sd slot so you can cheaply add storage if you fill up the 16Gb that the HD 7 comes with. At less than £130 it's hands down the best budget Android tablet that money can buy.
Comment: As this uses a different CPU (Nexus is A9 and Memo is A7) and GPU (Nexus Nvidia Tegra and Memo PowerVR SGX) it has a different system board to the Nexus, so although the package is like the Nexus 7 it's a very different tablet inside. This means that updates will not be as simple as made out here as the code compilations will be very different and will require separate testing. Still it sounds like a decent tablet in it's own right at a decent price.
Bad: The TV advertisment
Comment: I could not agree with "seaeaacr" more. I SCREAM at the TV whenever the advertisement is shown. We are NOT American, neither is ASUS, neither is the voiceover man on the ad. I know it is a little thing, however, this is what kids pick up on. I might just start prounouncing ASUS as "As Us" or "Asoo ess" and see if that catches on?
Good: very bright screen really nice
Comment: this mini pad has great advantage of bright screen very nice development
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Comment: This is not a review but a comment on the TV advertisement The word Memo is pronounced with a hard e as in memoranda not eeeee I do wish people could speak correct ENGLISH but with today's schooling it is no surprise. No literacy or Numeracy I know as I used to be an MoD instructor with the Army.
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