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ASUS MeMo Pad 7 is up next from IFA, 2014

ASUS, is of course one among the best Android tablets manufacturers from the world and the company's next announcement for the day after the ZenWatch coming in from the company officials live from Berlin, Germany at their Press event on the International Franchise Association (IFA) shows floor is a new stunner. Yeah, they have unveiled the latest addition to their existing fleet of MeMo slates packing in Android operating system on board and the powerful Intel Atom processor, this time around naming the device as the new ASUS MeMo Pad 7. So, that makes it the second Intel featured device for the day, after Lenovo's Tab S8, which came with almost the same chipset.

The new tablet, sanctioned just moments back is one among from the firm's premium line-up of products on roll, which is now set to eat the cash in your pockets, but will be coming to the store shelves at a very reasonable price tag. The new slate from ASUS is precisely constructed out first-rate materials like fiberglass, which is used for making the unibody and then we have the premium duralumin substance casted for the frame of the tablet, bringing up this new guy to more of a high-end flagship kind of build. The MeMo Pad 7 is on of those thinnest tablet you can afford for a price point like this, making it only measure about 8.3 millimeters in thickness and weigh the device comparatively less at only 269 grams. The unit will come with stereo speakers from SonicMaster, providing the best in class audio and is offered in a variety of color options, from which you can select between Gentle Black, Burgundy Red and Rose Champagne shades. The pricing of the new ASUS made tablet will settle around for 199 Euros, which makes it around 262 Dollars in the United States for the WiFi only version (ME572C).

As mentioned above, the new ASUS make will too feature a Quad-Core Intel Atom Z3560 SoC, that is again based on 64-bit architecture, also sporting Intel's Burst Performance Technology, speeding at 1.83GHz with the Burst Performance enabled, a seven-inches Full High Definition screen of 1920 x 1200 resolution display, 16 and 32 gigabytes of ROM storage options (expandable via microSD card slot up to 64 gigabytes), two gigabytes of Random Access Memory, a five megapixels primary shooter behind and two megapixels front facing secondary camera. For connectivity, MeMo Pad 7 has got support for Bluetooth 4.0, WiFi and 4G LTE network radios and running on Android's version 4.4 KitKat with proprietary ZenUI toppings.