Asus Introduce Android Tablet Worth U.S. $ 149
Android tablet devices Warfare friendly price will be more exciting in 2013. After Acer announced the tablet at a price of about 149 dollars American, now turn to Asus preparing to do the same.
Quoted from Pocket Lint, Monday (01/14/2013), Asus has introduced a tablet device for $ 149 U.S. dollars. Items will be present in the market of developing countries in January 2013 was named Memo Pad.
In 2012 then, Asus, together with Google, has made another cheap Android tablet device called the Nexus 7. One device is priced at 199 U.S. dollars. The device received a very positive response in the market, as seen from his best-selling Nexus 7 on the market.
With a cheaper price, Memo Pad will come with a little specifications under Nexus 7. The product will use a 1 GHz processor from VIA WM8950, RAM 1 GB, storage capacity of 8 GB GB/16, 1 megapixel camera on the front, and the operating system Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
In addition, the Memo Pad features 802.11b/g/n WiFi, MicroSD slot that can be filled with up to 32 GB capacity card, free Asus Web Storage 5 GB, 3.5 mm headphone jack, and a Micro-USB port.
Asus explaining these products is "tablet-only" which means there will be equipped with a docking keyboard. If you want to look for products with components, the user is recommended to buy a Nexus 7 or Transformer Prime.
Earlier, at CES 2013, the company's other gadgets from Taiwan, Acer, has launched a cheap Android tablet called the Iconia B1. The device is also priced at 149 U.S. dollars.
Specifications B10 carried not much different from the Asus Memo Pad, the processor 1.2 GHz dual-core processor from Mediatek, 512 MB RAM, and storage capacity of 8 GB.