ASUS MeMO Pad FHD 10 Android tablet

The MeMO Pad FHD 10 is a solid tablet overall but performance in some graphically intense games is poor

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  • Expert Rating

    3.50 / 5
  • User Rating

    3.50 / 5 (of 4 Reviews)
  • Price

    $ 399.00 (AUD)

User Reviews:

From Norway

4.5

1

Pros
Price, quality and strong wifi
Cons
Automatic brightness gives to dark screen
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Very responsive, fast updates from Asus (several updates is already out, and installs automatic), so issues are fixed fast. HDMI, SD-card, 2 gb ram is good.

I am very satisfied with the tablet. The wifi signal is much better than my laptop, and my other tablets from Samsung and Kindle.

The price of 320 aus (in Norway) make this a very good and safe buy.

Dustin

2.5

2

Pros
Pipo
Cons
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Sounds like Big D has some issues other than just with tablets ... I've had my Pipo M7 Pro for a week now and this tablet performs just fine. It's doubtful this reviewer has even used this product since it just came out and feels a need to commit negatively on a product since this TabletSprint site has committed about this new tablet on various blogs. I bought my Pipo M7 through another reseller in the U.K. but had a chance to review the TabletSprint site and they seem to offer quality products. I did my research on tablets before buying one and the Pipo Pro Series use the same WiFi Chip from Broadcom as most other major brand tablets. Just because it's not a nexus or asus brand doesn't mean it's not good. The build quality on the new Pipo tablets are actually quite impressive.

Big D

5.0

3

Pros
Its NOT Pipo
Cons
Its not a pipo
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The new Pipo M9 like earlier models suffer from awful WIFI lock ups .. customer service..wont even go there. Battery life haha its like 5h not even close to the Asus here where you can get 9+h. I just wrote this since they keep hijacking other TABLETS.. that right there should tell you everything.

kateshaeffer20

2.5

4

Pros
New Pro Model
Cons
More expensive models
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Someone made note of the new Pipo M9 Pro with 3G and I received one earlier this week and this tablet truly stands out for great features plus costs about $100 less than a major brand tablet. Of course, a smaller manufacturer such as Pipo doesn't have the massive advertising and administration costs which typically add quite a bit to a product's price. I purchased another Pipo table a year ago and the while nice, the overall quality of their new PRO tablets surpass earlier models by leaps and bounds and I'd recommend one after testing mine out for the last few days.

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