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Asus Memo Pad HD 7 – Review

Asus Memo Pad

Asus Memo Pad

Asus Memo Pad HD 7 presents a ravishing 720p screen display, microSD card and a comely back-faced camera. You get a fairish performance, an epic battery life and bevy of Asus widgets and features inside it. These things make it an incredible bargain at such a reasonable price tag.

Style and Design

HD 7‘s body is wrapped up with plastic material and on its top there sits aluminum chassis that gives it a sturdy and firm feel. It has a reflective surface that leaves finger marks on it. However, its rear panel gives it a fashion-forward aspect. There are five hues of Asus Memo back: White, Lime Green, Vivid Pink, Midnight Blue and Charcoal Gray; and among them pink, green and blue are more enticing.

Asus HD 7 has a distinctive (some call it awkward) button placement for instance, the power stud and volume rocker are located towards the back. It has a pudgy bezel that is not likeable for many.

The new HD 7 is thinner and sexier than Hi Sense Sero 7 Pro for it is 11 ounces and 7.7 x 4.7 x 0.4inches, while Sero is 12.7 ounces and 7.9 x 5 x 0.4 inches. It is even dainty than its top rivals like the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 (12 ounces), Google Nexus (12 ounces) and Amazon Kindle Fire HD (13.9 ounces).

Working of Asus HD 7

A modified Android UI 4.2.1 programs the Asus 7 tablet. The changes made in it are many such as the navigation studs, home, task and back plus a fourth navigation system. These buttons are unique in this tab. Now if you press the “Home” key for a longer time, it will open up a dual-ring disk-like card for shortcuts. The inner circle will show settings, system bar lock, app menu, Google search and voice search; while the external circle will have calendar, browser and calculator etc. it is basically adapted for keeping your favorite shortcuts on the top.

It employs a 1.2 GHz quad-core MediaTEK MT8125 CPU in its latest tab. MediaTEK shows a stately performance that has rare lagging intervals than others. The pictures are crisp and motions smooth along with quad-core especial effects.
It has an amazing 5 mega pixels rear camera with multi-modes to edit photos, and a 1.2MP front picture-taker. It produces lively images in the daytime while at night; the result becomes a bit hazy.

Upshot

The Asus Memo Pad HD 7 offers a bulk of features at a budget price, though its performance could be refined.

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