ASUS MeMO pad 7 is one brilliant innovation coming from the Taiwanese guys. This tablet has a 7-inch Full HD IPS LCD display with a resolution of 1920×1200. The design is something which makes this device outstanding. Having won the Good Design Award 2014, this tablet is very sleek and incredibly lightweight. Unlike other 7-inch tablets, the edges are not curved rather they are sharp giving its users a perfect tablet experience. The length and the height of the tablet are balanced in such a way that you can reach any part of the screen with your thumb while holding the tablet with two hands.
Like all other Asus devices, this tablet also runs on the most creative user interface known as ZenUI. The ZenUI beautifully improves the smartphone experience by enhancing the basic Android system. One of the features of this UI which is worth mentioning is the power to hide apps from the menu which could be nice way to tackle with the unwanted pre-installed apps.
This device is powered by a 64-bit quad core Intel Atom Z3560 Processor with a clock speed of 1.83 GHz and has a RAM of 2GB, so running high graphics game on this device shouldn’t be a problem. This device has an internal storage of 16 GB out of which 11 GB is available for the user which is sufficient as a microSD slot has been provided which supports up to 64 GB.
The device gets its juices from a non-removable Li-Po battery of 3950 mAh which means it can run a 720p video with medium brightness on the device for 11 hours before it gets fully discharged which is quite more than that of Google Nexus 7. This device has a 5 MP rear camera and uses a front camera of 2 MP, so the image quality is mediocre. Both cellular and non-cellular versions of this tablet are available in the market.
In a nutshell, if you are going to buy an Android tablet towards the end of the year then Asus MeMO Pad 7 is your best bet.