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Submitted by mpctips 678d ago | news

7-inch MeMO Pad From Asus Delivers Jelly Bean Experience for Peanuts

Maximum PC: Perhaps because the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas last week was so heavily focused on Windows 8 devices and technologies, Asus chose to wait for the dust to settle before introducing its Android-powered MeMO Pad tablet. Or maybe Asus didn't want anything else to overshadow the fact that it's launching a 7-inch Jelly Bean tablet for just $149. Could this be the beginning of a new generation of low-cost Android slates? (Android, ASUS, Asus MeMO Pad, Gadgets)

newsguy  +   678d ago
Wow, that's cheap!
justinbkerr  +   678d ago
Wonder what the build quality is like.

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