Intel has been in the long run battling ARM in the market for mobile processors that runs most of the smartphones and tablets. From the premiere status of iPad, Samsung Galaxy’s and other known mobile manufacturers, the chipmaker needs to catch up on efficient computing –just if you don’t know Intel throws subsidies on manufacturers that will pick up its processors and run it on their devices. And it seemed, the company is making good returns with new efficient mobile processors comes one of its brightest host, the new ASUS MeMO Pad 7.
The ASUS MeMO Pad 7 utilizes a new quad-core, 1.86GHz, 64-bit Intel chip known as the Atom Z3745 which generally more efficient and powerful from its previous models. Mainly Intel’s so called subsidy or “contra revenue” is benefiting the Pad 7 with boosts performance but with very competitive price range in its class.
In a review done by Digital Life, the ASUS MeMO Pad 7 at $229(WiFi Only) fared really well when it comes to general performance from the $299 Nexus 7 and a $479 iPad mini Retina, see details below.
Here’s some of the key specifications of the new ASUS MeMO Pad 7:
- 7-inch HD tablet with a wide-view angle IPS display for stunning visuals
- Quad-core, 1.86GHz Intel 64-bit processor
- Rear 5MP and front 1.2MP dual cameras to capture the moments ( Rear 5MP/front 1.2MP for 16G, Rear 2MP/front 0.2MP for 8G)
- Dual stereo speakers with Sonicmaster Technology for incredible sound effect (for 16G only)
- Ultra light, weighs only 302g
- Up to 10 hrs battery life to make it through your day
- Five colors: white, pink, green, blue and gray
The Pad 7 might be lagging behind a little with Nexus and iPad mini but it’s negated by the price, not to mention the improvements with display and some built-in software. All-in-all it’s a tablet with great value for money and maybe you can consider to be a superhero —-just check the video below.
This post is sponsored by ASUS.