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    ASUS ME176CX-A1-WH tablet*

    Intel® Atom™ processor

    From $124.00

    • OS: Android
    • Screen: 7"
    • Memory: 1 GB
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    (13 reviews)

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Technical Specifications


  • Z3745 processor
  • Y
  • Intel® Atom™
  • 1.33 GHz
  • 4/4
  • 2.0 MB


  • Y


  • 9 h


  • White
  • Slate


  • 7"
  • Y
  • 1200 x 800 pixels


  • HD Graphics

Intel Technlogies

  • Y


  • Y
  • -


  • 1 GB


  • N
  • Y
  • Y
  • 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n

Operating System & Software

  • Android

Ports & Interfaces

  • MicroSD (TransFlash)
  • Y

Weight & Dimensions

  • 0.65 lbs
  • 9.6 mm
  • 113.7 mm
  • 189.3 mm
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Expert Reviews (13)

  • 10 0

    Date: 10/09/2014

    Good: Fair price for the feature set, Very good battery life, Decent performance, screen, and sound for the price, Supports 64GB MicroSD cards, Light and comfortable to grip

    Bad: No HDMI port, Subpar cameras

    Like most compact (7- and 8-inch-class) tablets we've seen over the past year or so, the MeMO Pad HD 7 was primarily an entry-level slate. At first glance, you might wonder why it was an Editors' Choice at all, or even noteworthy. Compared to some competi...

  • 10 0

    Date: 04/08/2014

    Good: Entrylevel price for a generally quite capable tablet. Display quality is good, especially thanks to Splendid.

    Bad: Bland design and software. Infrequent stability issues mar otherwise decent performance. Terrible camera.

    The small form factor tablet market is very crowded, with pretty much every manufacturer seeking to claim a slice of the pie through Android, Windows 8 and iOS offerings. Budget models are especially abundant, headed by the supremely popular and generally...

  • 10 0

    Date: 03/08/2014

    Good: Insanely great performance, Excellent value, Nice design

    Bad: Awkward interface changes, Poor camera, Display is weak in bright light

    The 2014 version of Asus' MeMO Pad 7 crams an Intel processor and 16GB of storage into a tiny package with a suggested retail price of $149. Is it as good as it looks? TabletPCReview investigates.Before we begin, though, a point of clarity: Asus has relea...

  • 10 0

    Date: 01/08/2014

    The MeMO Pad HD 7 was arguably the sleeper hit among small tablets in 2013. ASUS' device didn't have the speed of the Nexus 7 or the interface tricks of Samsung's Galaxy Tab 3 line, but it was superbly balanced. It ran smoothly, packed smart software and ...

  • 10 0

    Date: 25/07/2014

    Remember when people dismissed the iPad as a fad? It's just a big iPod Touch, they said. Who would want one of those?Quite a lot of folks, actually. The iPad touched off a revolution that has grown to truly epic proportions. 207 million tablets shipped la...

  • 10 0

    Date: 17/07/2014

    Good: Low price, Good display, 11 GB free storage, Android 4.4.2, Convenient onscreen keyboard, High performance, Low temperatures, Long battery runtimes

    Bad: Nonremovable battery, Poor camera modules, No 2G/3G/LTE, Only 1 GB RAM

    Asus offers an update of the Memo Pad HD 7 with the new Memo Pad HD 7 ME176C and follows its retail philosophy: The 7-inch tablet once again only costs around 200 Euros and uses a fast quad-core processor . However, the Memo Pad HD 7 ME176C is equipped wi...

  • 10 0

    Date: 11/07/2014

    Good: Solid Performance, Price, Battery Power

    Bad: Some specs lag behind those of other tablets

    ASUS recently refreshed its 7-inch MeMO Pad 7 tablet with Intel's new Atom Z3745 Bay Trail-based processor. Having overcome its rocky start, the latest generation of Atom processors is building a reputation for power efficiency and computational chops. De...

  • 10 0

    Date: 09/07/2014

    Budget friendly Android tablets are a dime a dozen these days, but they all aren't created equally and there are some very bad tablets out there. When you get into the sub $150 tablet market you need to be very careful with what tablet you go with as comp...

  • 10 0

    Date: 03/07/2014

    Good: No real compromises yet priced for a budget, top notch performance, Competitively priced, great build quality, fun color choices, packs in both a front facing and rear facing cameras which are pretty good, nice selection of accessories are available for i...

    Bad: Wish the display was a bit brighter – but hard to complain at this price point

    Budget Android tablets are a dime a dozen these days, so needless to say, it takes a lot to stand out. In general, sub $150 Android tablets have been poor contenders, that tend to offer subpar specs and subpar performance in exchange for being easy on you...

  • 10 0

    Date: 25/06/2014

    Good: Thin and light; Available in multiple colors; Sharp screen; Slick ZenUI; Strong overall performance

    Bad: Back can run warm; Lowquality front camera

    ASUS' last MeMO Pad HD 7 was our favorite budget tablet of 2013, thanks to its bright display, strong battery life and helpful software. The new $149 7-inch MeMO Pad 7 ME176CX sports an updated design and swaps the lesser-known MediaTek processor inside l...

  • 10 0

    Date: 25/06/2014

    Good: Compact and wellbuilt. Affordable. Runs Android 4.4.2.

    Bad: No 5GHz WiFi. Some bloatware

    There's an absolute abundance of inexpensive small-screen Android tablets right now—tablets that lack pizazz, but get the job done and come in at well under $200. The Asus MeMO Pad 7 (ME176CX) enters this fiercely competitive market, armed with a thi...

  • 10 0

    Date: 12/06/2014

    Good: Colourful design, Expandable memory, Nicely tweaked Android interface

    Bad: Rivals sport better screens, Iffy camera results

    We review the Asus MeMO Pad 7, a new value 7-inch Android KitKat tablet.That's right kiddies. Asus, the genius behind the Google Nexus 7 , is back with a brand new affordable 7-inch Android tablet, the MeMO Pad 7 (2014 edition). But what does it do to set...

  • 10 0

    Date: 02/06/2014

    The MeMO Pad 7 is not a new product family, though. It has existed with Mediatek processors for quite some time with essentially the same form factor. This new ME176C model makes some decisions that help it break into a new level of performance while main...

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