it'll jump into my hand replacing the weak 512 mb ram of my galaxy tab.
Well, I think it hints at a 3D screen, too. The jumping sounds quite obvious.
Considering the bad experience I had with the Garmin Asus A10, what with them breaking the Froyo update promise and incessant lazy pixels, coupled with a no returns policy. I'd say avoid all things Asus. As a Samsung Galaxy Tab user, I'd say the telephony capabilities and 7 inch form factor work together very well, albeit for a limited market. Didn't think any manufacturers would continue adding telephony capabilities when the carriers selling the tabphones would just block it anyway.
Wow!! Will it be available in SA?
Hmm.. Looks quite nice! And I certainly dont recall seeing anything like this in the 1990's.. Random comment! Lol. My guess from the slogan is 3D capabilities, or maybe I'm just hoping. Cant wait to see it. :)
MeMo looks like a really nice product but where are the budget tablets on the market. There are a few but they look awful.
Would be quite cool to see a tablet section on this website as most mobile networks are now selling a Android of some kind and the Ipad.
it just another android OS. all android OS are the same. ps: Galaxy S2 will beat anything.
This is funny i posted that this was a tablet with phone capabilities, when GSMarena did not had a clue.
Funny GSMarena is always late with news!
One thing is for sure.
It's one hell of an ugly looking thing (so the 1990s)
i want it now :D
cool stuff go ahed ASUS
How Ironic its called memo