This is my first tablet, which I received as a Christmas present. I had some misgivings about owning a computer that didn't have a real keyboard but soon saw the advantages.
Here are a couple of the bonuses
Very good selection of apps, including a word processor with handwriting, sketches (!) and voice input. Granted, the latter does leave a bit to iron out.
The texture, a sort of lizard skin finish, is very pleasant to hold for long periods and seems to suggest that the MeMopad was intended to be taken out to work. It is a pleasure to behold.
Great video game support, contrary to what people say about the thin library of titles for Androids.
Android's own Youtube interface is very user friendly, stripped down and I prefer it to the usual.
The size is smaller than Ipads and the like. Ipad owners in my acquaintance have said that they prefer the genuinely notbook (A3?) sized screen.
16gig memory, 1 gig ram (that is larger than a number of PCs I've been pleased with).
One more thing: if you look, you can find emulators for the Nintendo DS, GBA and numerous others. I recommend the Myboy, which emulates the Gameboy Advance and GB!
This version of the Android operating system does not support Flash, which means that Facebook games cannot be accessed.
I would strongly recommend this
tauhid621, 24 Nov 2013I recently bought this tablet and from the 1st day it started turning off randomly showing &qu... moreAre you still having the problem of it shutting off randomly? Mine was doing the same thing but seems to do it less now?
chiSi, 20 Nov 2013It s without a slot for sim-card. I use a Smartphone as a mobile Hotspot for example,if your phone can generate a hotspot you are good sim has nothing to do with wifi
Pratical to read e-book accept pdf format. You can surf on internet access all contacts withouth internet connexion. One big hick is that asus cable look exacly the same as regular portable phone cable. You can easily mix up cables by mistake and if you do so your tablet will charge as well as your asus cable. But after that your tablet will no longer charge even with asus or phone cable. You will not be able to use any portable stick charger..
So in spite that this is a very good tablet this negative point is making it a reason to think about it before you buy.....
This tablet should charge only and strictly with is own cable, and a tablet fully charged should automaticly disconnect from source of charge when fully charged. We custumer will not stay up all nigth beside our tabet to disconnect it....
I just bought this tablet yesterday,& it lags a bit but its still a decent device all around
hahahahaha i got this tablet for free HOW? i won it in a BINGO game in our christmas party hahaha i was jumping for joy everyone is looking at me while i was walking and holding my tablet and like WHAT.... in ur face whos jealous now ha :))) this my christmas gift hahaha thank you god
tauhid621, 24 Nov 2013I recently bought this tablet and from the 1st day it started turning off randomly showing &qu... moreme too ardered through Flipkart and received on 02/12/2013 and from second day onwards facing same problem
I bought one Asus Memopad with 32 GB ROM yesterday. Icould not find complete specs on the box. It has good resolution, good picture quality with single secondary camera.It has got Micro USB port and supports OTG cable which is not included. I found it cheaper in Price and better in Quality. However, It does not support SIM, it does not have BLUETOOTH and HDMI port.Neither there is RADIO.Its speaker is at base. The biggest flaw is it does not support Adobe flash player.
But still I love it will continue enjoying it.
I recently bought this tablet and from the 1st day it started turning off randomly showing "low battery" even when the battery is more than 50%. It shuts down many times in a day. Updated the firmware, used hard reset nothing worked ~_~
going to give it to the service centre..anyone facing same issue???
It s without a slot for sim-card. I use a Smartphone as a mobile Hotspot for example,