|Screen Size||7 inches|
|Screen Resolution||1024 x 600|
|Max Screen Resolution||1024 x 600 pixels|
|Processor||1 GHz ARM Cortex A-9|
|RAM||1 GB DDR3|
|Hard Drive||16 GB|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||7 hours|
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ASUS MeMO Pad ME172V-A1-GR 7.0-Inch 16 GB Tablet ( Grey )
|Price:||$133.50 + $5.49 shipping|
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- Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, 7.0 inches Display
- VIA WM8950
- 16 GB Flash Memory, 1 GB RAM Memory
- 0.8 pounds
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|Item Weight||0.77 pounds||0.6 pounds||0.64 pounds||0.7 pounds|
|Processors||ARM Cortex A 9 1 GHz||1.2 GHz||Snapdragon S4 1.5 GHz||intel atom 1.33 GHz|
|Operating System||Android 4.1||Android||Android 4.3 (Jelly Bean)||Android 4.4|
|Memory||1 GB DDR3||Information not provided||2 GB DDR3||1 GB DDR3|
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On that note, a word of warning- most if not all other tablets in this price range are little more than child's toys. They tend to have very weak hardware that can barely handle Angry Birds and will lag seriously if you try to stream video. Furthermore the build quality is shoddy- they use cheap plastic and glass that affords poor viewing angle, has bad glare in bright light, and is very easy to scratch or break.
The main reason I even gave this consideration is it's made by Asus. I've used Asus hardware for a very long time- everything ranging from motherboards to graphics cards, monitors, laptops, routers, and most recently the Nexus 7. Generally speaking, their hardware is very solid in terms of performance and reliability. In fact I can't think of a single time I've been disappointed by one of their products. I figured even if this tablet was suspiciously cheap, it was probably at least decent. And it is.
First, expectations. This is not an iPad and you aren't paying $500+ for it. If you expect it to perform like an iPad, you WILL be disappointed. It's also half the price of the similar-sized Nexus 7 and of course not as nice. But for what you pay for, it's surprisingly good. Particularly, it has these pro points:
-- A lot of internal storage (16 GB), twice the Nexus 7 base model and as much as the Kindle Fire HD base model.
-- It is an Android 4.1 Jellybean tablet.Read more ›
Pros-good screen and touch response, works well for some apps/games and for minor internet use. I did not test this tablet with skype!
Cons-alot of apps are not compatible, streaming videos is not an option, camera sucks, no bluetooth.
This tablet had all of those things. I read several reviews that complained about the graphics and processor speeds. I bought these tablets despite the negative reviews and I'm glad I did because honestly I personally haven't experienced anything they were talking about. I'm not having any of those issues. My kids get partially paid for chores in Google Play gift cards and download TV shows, books, music, games and apps from the Google Play/Android store. They use the tablets to watch Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime on their tablets and the media looks great. It's not grainy or choppy and these little things have some killer speakers on them. Also if this tablet is for your kids, the parental controls are easy to set up.
I looked at a lot of other tablets like the Google Nexus (made by Asus) but it was twice the price and didn't have a micro SD slot. Then I considered the Samsung Galaxy Tab which DID have a micro SD slot but was twice the price, had an older OS and had been on the market for 2 years.
Bottom line... for $89 these were a super buy! We have not had any issues with them whatsoever. If you are a college student or an adult I could understand how you would want/need a bigger, better, faster tablet. However if you're looking for something to give to your 10 to 17 year old, it's perfect! The biggest selling point for me was... at $89 my kids were able to buy them with their own money.Read more ›
Adding to it, I can have a video chat via skype and camera, I can still read kindle magazines via Kindle app, and it's cheaper.
My only concern is that the battery lasts 7hours compare to 8hours for Kindle fire as a spec. I'll see how different in the actual usage...
So far, I'm very happy with the tablet.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Looks great and has good screen, but the battery doesn't last the 7 hours that they say; the battery of mine gets out of battery like in 3 hours even without using it. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Lucía Ortega Toledo
Bad product. This tablet was glitchy from day one and it is my fault for not returning it right away. After 3 months I attempted to return it without success. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Ron G.