ASUS Memo Pad 7(ME572CL) is a voice calling tablet equipped with quad-core processors. it is designed to look fabulous. It got all the features of a mid-range tablet but available at a very less price. Let's get into the detailed review of this fabulous looking tablet.
ASUS Memo Pad 7(ME572CL) is a rectangular tablet which looks amazing. It is a 7-inch voice calling a tablet. The front side of the tablet is complete black in color at the bezels with a glossy display. The back panel looks very nice with a strip on one end which makes it look like a notebook. The branding at the back side comes in landscape mode which is very nicely placed. Coming to the placements all are regular. Volume controls are placed on the right, this time, the power button moved to the side of the volume rockers, the 3.5mm audio jack at the top. The USB port for charging is positioned on the bottom, three capacitive buttons are on the screen.
The plastic back panel is covered with the 5MP rear camera, the back cover is non-removable there is a micro SD card slot provided. The dimensions of the device are 200 x 114.4 x 8.3 mm and weighs 279 grams. It comes in Burgundy Red, Champagne Gold, Gentle Black colors.
ASUS Memo Pad 7(ME572CL) is packed with 7” IPS LCD display, it is a multi-touch capacitive touch screen. It has a resolution of 1200 x 1920 pixels with a pixel density of ~323ppi. Multitouch up to 10 fingers. The screen to body ratio is ~62.1%. Displaying around 16 million colors.
ASUS Memo Pad 7(ME572CL) is a voice calling 4G supportable tablet which runs on OS Android v4.4.2 Kitkat powered by Quad-core 1.83 GHz processor with Intel Atom Z3560 chipset. Having PowerVR G6430 GPU. Consisting of spacious 2GB RAM and 16/32GB internal memory expandable through micro sd slot up to 64GB. For capturing photos, it is given with 5MP primary camera at 2592 x 1944 with autofocus and 2MP front camera. The primary camera records video at 720p.
It consists of features like Geo-tagging. Stereo speakers are given. Wi-Fi, Hotspot, Bluetooth, GPS options are available. Sensors such as Accelerometer and compass are present. It has non-removable lipo battery. Radio is not available.
This is a pretty impressible tablet which you can buy at the best price of just 150 bucks. This is really a decent tablet. Coming to the performance front it got the war field chipset which gives a little bit battery life and slightly better performance than some older versions. It got a beautiful 1920 x 1200 display with a very high resolution for a 7-inch display which is very nice to look at and you don’t find any pixels. The pixels are very sharp with average viewing angles but not great because it becomes slightly dull when you look at sides. So preferable to look direct but not from sides. It is a IPS display which has an oleophobic coating and just looks like a premium device. The sound from stereo speakers is really loud and doesn’t come tiny.
The wifi given is not much effective as others where it takes to be a little closer to the wifi device. Running the benchmarks I got scores, 3D Mark is 16043 which is above Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2. While playing the X-box games it really seemed very well with no frame droppings. It looks almost same as the high-end devices. Even the touch screen works well with gaming control. Maybe that’s why they have given big bezels just to support the touch. The UI feels very similar to lollipop but it is not. The camera performance is good and the pictures captured are ok. The overall performance of the device is good.
ASUS Memo Pad 7(ME572CL) is an upper mid-range tablet available at reasonable price range. It comes with all the features that a premium tablet has. It has a very good performance there are not many cons to discuss. It is available at a price tag of Rs 18899/-.