ASUS MeMO Pad HD 7 16gb (Blue Or White) - £69.00 With Code - Tesco Direct
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ASUS MeMO Pad HD 7 16gb (Blue Or White) - £69.00 With Code - Tesco Direct

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Found 11th Sep 2014
ASUS have combined beauty with innovative technology to bring you the MeMO Pad™ HD 7.

Weighing only 302g and small enough to fit comfortably in your hands, the tablet boasts a 7-inch HD 1280x800 IPS display for stunning visuals. Whether you want to play games, watch videos, access content online or make video calls with your loved ones, this tablet performs all these tasks seamlessly with its powerful quad-core CPU.

The tablet’s stunning visuals are matched with the rich audio experience it offers; the integrated dual speakers are powered by ASUS exclusive SonicMaster audio technology to provide you with an immersive experience that’s simply unforgettable.

The ASUS MeMO Pad™ features a 5-megapixel camera on the back for recording video in high definition as well as a 1.2-megapixel camera on the front that’s great for making video calls. All enclosed in the tablet’s lightweight metallic construction, it offers up to 8 hours of battery life to keep up with the sophisticated lifestyles of today.

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A really good tablet for the money.
This or a refurbished hudl?
Jonnyblock

This or a refurbished hudl?




This
Got this from the last deal for £64 with 15% discount code.
ifrazalam

Got this from the last deal for £64 with 15% discount code.



I know, I gave you the code (_;)
Great price so tempted heat added thanks
I got this when Buzz posted the £15 promotional code on the last post. Excellent little tablet, bought for daughter ahead of plane journey to Spain. She loved it.

Even better I was able to transfer all her DVD's to it. If you use iMac's download Mac Ripper and the software comes preloaded with formats to convert the ISO DVD files into. Asus is there and it works perfectly. Ideal for her Peppa Pig DVD's

Thanks again Buzz!
MrJinxy

I got this when Buzz posted the £15 promotional code on the last post. … I got this when Buzz posted the £15 promotional code on the last post. Excellent little tablet, bought for daughter ahead of plane journey to Spain. She loved it. Even better I was able to transfer all her DVD's to it. If you use iMac's download Mac Ripper and the software comes preloaded with formats to convert the ISO DVD files into. Asus is there and it works perfectly. Ideal for her Peppa Pig DVD'sThanks again Buzz!



No worrys mate Glad your happy with the purchase, I have the MeMoPad 10, At first I was a little disappointed with it, but once I rooted it and pulled all the bloatware off it has turned into a nice little tablet.
How does this compare to the 2012 google nexus?
Marmite32

How does this compare to the 2012 google nexus?



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BuzzDuraband

No worrys mate Glad your happy with the purchase, I have the MeMoPad … No worrys mate Glad your happy with the purchase, I have the MeMoPad 10, At first I was a little disappointed with it, but once I rooted it and pulled all the bloatware off it has turned into a nice little tablet.



How much and where did you buy the 10inch from thanks
markhuges

How much and where did you buy the 10inch from thanks



I bought it privately, last I saw them on offer was at Argos
Marmite32

How does this compare to the 2012 google nexus?



tegra 3 chipset with geforce gpu will outperform this by far.
I'm typing on one now , plenty good enough for my basic requirements.
My youngest son wants a tablet so ordered him one for xmas.
Cheers OP.
Ive got the Nexus tab and this one honestly dont see that much of a difference between them but the most demanding game i play is Dead Trigger 2 and both are used to stream movies etc with no issues.
Excellent tab .Had mine for about a year now , cannot fault it and its is a solid piece of kit , find it slicker than my galaxy tab 3 8". I may be tempted to buy another at this price .
shame it's only 7" and it won't be much difference than my Note 3
White one is for 94.99
waqas11

White one is for 94.99


No same price
Marmite32

How does this compare to the 2012 google nexus?



I have both tablets. Spec wise the 2012 Nexus 7 wins. At launch the Nexus 7 was amazing and far better than the still good Memo Pad.

Forward to present day and the Nexus 7 is on KitKat but runs like a steaming pile of cack. It's slow, laggy and horrific to use. The Memo Pad is still on Jellybean but runs as well as it did when I first bought it.

The moral of the story is it's better to be on a slightly older version of Android and run great then be on the latest version and run like ****.
Cold, got this for £59.99 nearly a year ago now.
gavinashdown88

Cold, got this for £59.99 nearly a year ago now.




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MDL199

I have both tablets. Spec wise the 2012 Nexus 7 wins. At launch the Nexus … I have both tablets. Spec wise the 2012 Nexus 7 wins. At launch the Nexus 7 was amazing and far better than the still good Memo Pad. Forward to present day and the Nexus 7 is on KitKat but runs like a steaming pile of cack. It's slow, laggy and horrific to use. The Memo Pad is still on Jellybean but runs as well as it did when I first bought it.The moral of the story is it's better to be on a slightly older version of Android and run great then be on the latest version and run like ****.



this also applies to all apple products, they pretty much force you to upgrade to the latest OS version or things dont work anymore, but when you do the device runs like it was 20 years old, making you buy a newer one, till it all happens again..
DudeyGeeza

this also applies to all apple products, they pretty much force you to … this also applies to all apple products, they pretty much force you to upgrade to the latest OS version or things dont work anymore, but when you do the device runs like it was 20 years old, making you buy a newer one, till it all happens again..



True.
Worth noting this has expandable storage via micro sd. Nexus does not. Also the memo pad HD has two cameras front and back.. For Skype etc
MDL199

I have both tablets. Spec wise the 2012 Nexus 7 wins. At launch the Nexus … I have both tablets. Spec wise the 2012 Nexus 7 wins. At launch the Nexus 7 was amazing and far better than the still good Memo Pad. Forward to present day and the Nexus 7 is on KitKat but runs like a steaming pile of cack. It's slow, laggy and horrific to use. The Memo Pad is still on Jellybean but runs as well as it did when I first bought it.The moral of the story is it's better to be on a slightly older version of Android and run great then be on the latest version and run like ****.



Thats entirely wrong.

Pretty sure Android Kitkat has been designed for lower powered phones/tablets, much more so than any previous OS's.

This is one of the biggest reasons people want to upgrade the Hudl to 4.4, because its less demanding than its predecessors.
Shame it isn't the version with a GPS
Wahoo, ordered, thanks OP!
ukez

Shame it isn't the version with a GPS


Although it doesn't mention it in the tesco specs, I have this model and it does have GPS.
momanium

Thats entirely wrong. Pretty sure Android Kitkat has been designed for … Thats entirely wrong. Pretty sure Android Kitkat has been designed for lower powered phones/tablets, much more so than any previous OS's. This is one of the biggest reasons people want to upgrade the Hudl to 4.4, because its less demanding than its predecessors.


momanium

Thats entirely wrong. Pretty sure Android Kitkat has been designed for … Thats entirely wrong. Pretty sure Android Kitkat has been designed for lower powered phones/tablets, much more so than any previous OS's. This is one of the biggest reasons people want to upgrade the Hudl to 4.4, because its less demanding than its predecessors.



No, it is not entirely wrong. I own both tablets. The Nexus 7 (2012) has been destroyed by Google's updates. Do a quick Google search and you will see the problems are endemic.

I also had a Nexus 4 phone and that too has suffered a host of issues the worst being battery drainage. It's why I'm done with Nexus devices because unlike with every other Android device you are forced to upgrade and inevitably have to suffer all the glitches and bugs and wait often months or indefinitely whie Google fix them.

Yes, KitKat is supposed to work better on lower power devices but if the Google update isn't properly optimised for your device you will have issues. Me personally, I have never had an Android device run better on an a new version of Android it always runs better on the version it originally shipped with because at launch they make sure the device and operating system play nice. Future updates are often rushed out, contain bugs and are not properly optimised for the older hardware. The new Android version may well be the best but if not properly optimised for your device it will run like ****.
DudeyGeeza

this also applies to all apple products, they pretty much force you to … this also applies to all apple products, they pretty much force you to upgrade to the latest OS version or things dont work anymore, but when you do the device runs like it was 20 years old, making you buy a newer one, till it all happens again..



Absolutely, spot on. My friend still has the Ipad 2 and on the old version of ios it ran great but since he was forced to update it's practically unusable. Tech writers always bang on about Apple have an advantage because all their devices get the latest software where as Android devices often get stuck on older versions. It's not an advantage at all if older hardware runs terribly. The Nexus range suffer with the same problem.

I've got a SG5 and Tab pro and both run awesome on KitKat but I won't be upgrading to Android L until I'm 100% sure the upgrade is actually worth it feature wise(Jellybean & KitKat look virtually the same) and I have given Google time to fix the bugs. If unsure I will stick with KitKat and be certain my devices still run great.
quite fancy an upgrade from my pink one
Great little tab. Got one for £59 last Xmas with the intention to resell but my wife wanted it and she loves it. Not quite as beautiful as a cyanogen modded Nook HD+ but certainly faster, more compatible and has the added bonus of 'OK' front and rear cameras for Skype and the odd photo. Sure, it's getting a little long in the tooth hardware wise but for browsing, most apps and a bit of media playing it's fantastic value.
Dangnabbit, just waiting for delivery of refurbished Kindle Fire from the recent Amazon Local deal, this would be a much better option for general use, would it?
mvhmz

No same price



It is 94.99, check again
waqas11

It is 94.99, check again



Its £79, but out of stock from Tesco at the moment, the price you are seeing is a 3rd party seller.
I have a 7" one and its ok.

Who knows the appropriate keyboard for this?
If you are thinking of getting this for your children don't. Get them something proper and powerful, their future depends on it.
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