At $150, the Asus MeMO Pad HD 7 is one of the cheapest 7-inch tablets you can buy, but it performs very well for the price, with a great 1,280 x 800 screen, good responsiveness and excellent battery life.
Touching the double-arrow icon in the corner calls up Floating Apps. This pop-up makes some functions far more accessible than if you had to constantly locate them in Android’s Apps screens.
The MeMO Pad is particularly vulnerable to fingerprints, as you can see here.
Here’s how the 7-inch tablet looks in portrait mode.
A microSD port is on the side for more storage.
The top of the MeMO Pad is where you’ll find the headphone jack and USB port.
Along the bottom of the device is where the rear speaker is, a poor choice of placement that renders the tablet’s “SonicMaster” technology moot.