TechSpot: Asus MeMO Pad 7 Review - Intel and Android for $150

The small form factor tablet market is very crowded, with pretty much every manufacturer seeking to claim a slice of the pie through Android, Windows 8 and iOS offerings. Budget models are especially abundant, headed by the supremely popular and generally fantastic Google Nexus 7, which retails for around $215 a year on from its release.

If you want something even cheaper than the Nexus 7, it’s tricky to find a product that’s actually worth using. Cost-cutting is the name of the game in the sub-$200 market, and a typical 7-inch tablet in this price bracket comes with several compromises. Today, I’m checking out Asus' attempt at a low-cost Android tablet and whether it’s worth a small amount of your cash.

Read: Asus MeMO Pad 7 Review: Intel and Android for $150
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Asus already has had the MeMO HD 7 out for several months at $150 and it has a quad core ARM CPU rather than this x86 Atom...I don't see why anyone would choose this one other than its 1080p vs 720p

Sonne said,
Asus already has had the MeMO HD 7 out for several months at $150 and it has a quad core ARM CPU rather than this x86 Atom...I don't see why anyone would choose this one other than its 1080p vs 720p

It's a bit cheaper and since it's x86, there's a lot of potential for it, such as installing Linux distros.