ASUS MeMO Pad 10 FHD is an interesting tablet to create a review. So it is a very well priced full HD tablet with Android operating system. We also see an ATOM processor between the specifications of Intel, a model that we do not often encounter in the current tablet industry. In this tablet review you will read our experiences and reviews of the MeMO Pad 10 FHD item number ME302C.
This tablet review is conducted with the ASUS MeMO Pad 10 FHD (ME302C) with 32 GB of storage, Wi-Fi only.
Sturdy and solid. It feels like the MeMO Pad 10 FHD to. The robust plastic housing is one of the characteristic elements of the tablet. The jagged texture with infinite dimples on the back is firm, gives grip and looks solid.
buttons and camera are placed on the ASUS tablets known spots on the side (buttons) and the middle of the back (camera).
about the dimensions we can be brief. With a thickness of less than Ã © Ã © n inches and weighing about 580 grams supports himself with this ASUS MeMO Pad 10 FHD in the middle.
The term “FHD” (Full HD) in the name of this ASUS tablet reveals the component that should sway the scepter, especially in the marketing of the tablet. With a resolution of 1920 by 1200 pixels on the 10.1-inch IPS screen, the tablet should get rid of the middle class.
First things first , the high-resolution display is indeed impressive. The high resolution minimizes the “graininess” of the image display to virtually zero. Small text in emails and on websites nicely sharp eyes and especially full hd videos are very good to their right. By law, the screen is the flagship of the MeMO Pad 10 FHD 224 pixels per inch.
However, this ASUS tablet is the high-end competition (Nexus 7, iPad 2 and iPad Mini Air) doing better. Not even because the resolution of many newer tablets 300 pixels per inch approaching over transcends. It is especially the brightness does not reach the levels we are from other tablets accustomed. The color reproduction, contrast, is a mid tablet perfectly fine.
Two stereo speakers deliver high performance sound, unfortunately, from the back of the tablet. The quality and the level that is achieved is excellent. Too bad that the sound comes from the back because it is used in many cases does not benefit the user experience. Especially when the tablet is lying flat on a flat surface, for example, or on a pillow or blanket while laying in bed, you lose. Terms of volume and immediacy of the sound quality
A less obvious but equally unique feature, the screen is the processor. This is in fact an Intel Atom processor and one of the first generations of Intel processors that is available to the general public in Android tablets. The dual-core Clover Trail SoC (not the latest Bay Trail chip) drives everything with a clock speed of 1.6 GHz.
How’s that work in practice? Here we clearly see two aspects.
first light to normal use of the tablet. Here is really nothing to be desired. The MeMO Pad 10 FHD (ME302C) knows how to make normal use good performance. Simply all the standard apps (e-mail, browser, photo gallery, videos) start quickly and work very smoothly. Especially browsing is amazingly fast for our feelings.
heavier use, we notice many differences. Sometimes the tablet feels really fast and we experienced no problems. Then again, the speed is somewhat disappointing. A logic behind we were difficult to see. Probably the performance of applications that are more complex graphic elements contain little too much to ask for this tablet.
The performance tests we ran confirm this with excellent scores in at least the second tier, limping to the summit!
When measuring the battery life, we see the same dilemma as the performance. Normal use is tasty efficiently «nt and 7 pm to work with the ASUS MeMO Pad 10 FHD is no problem, provided some energy saving measures.
It is normal that deteriorates with continuous use of larger (arithmetic or graphical apps). However, sometimes it goes very rapidly. Graphically complex apps ask the full power of full HD tablet and that consumes power. Then count on an hour or five best use before you have to search for a power outlet.
Android 4.2.2 is a nice piece of software. Unfortunately, fits ASUS again necessary to the tablet. We see again, as with the MeMO Pad 8 and the MeMO Pad 10, Â needless adaptations, the most unlikely feature the quick settings and notification bar which is merged (not useful) installed (difficult to achieve in the middle landscape mode). Fortunately, you can undo this modification through the settings. ASUS also supplies again with a wide range of applications, one of which is more convenient than the other. We give ASUS the benefit of the doubt because many users of the tablet to start work immediately, without the necessary intervention of the Play Store. However, the range of apps you get shoved down your throat may be a little less.
Positives and negatives
+ Scratch-resistant housing with good grip
+ Bright display
+ MicroSD slot
+ The best tablet in its class
+ Excellent value for money
– Standard design
– Can not go along with extremely heavy performance
– Limited battery life by graphic heavyweight apps
– Some unnecessary apps voorgeÃ Installed
ASUS MeMO Pad 10 FHD is a middle class among the tablets. But one of the better mid-range, possibly even the best. The price at the time of writing 319 euros including a cashback action, making it an interesting tablet.
a nice sharp screen, a fairly nimble processor (with the exception of very heavy use) and the solidity ASUS offers you have a great product in your hands. The Android 4.2 system is a piece of software that lets you use everything a typical user needs, including user profiles for the entire family. And who is Android 4.3 once again brought to this model.
that the MeMO Pad 10 FHD (ME302C) no extreme high flyer, it is not a disaster. Are you looking for a decent mid-range for a good price then you are at the ASUS MeMO Pad 10 FHD late 2013 or early 2014 to the right place!
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