Asus’ Eee Pad MeMO ME370T is now live in the flesh and sporting Android 4.0. A personal hands on of the device showed it to be thin enough, but not ultra slim as some of its counterparts. Its 7-inch capacitive touchscreen with a 1280×800 resolution showed it could hold its own against current tablets of its size.
While it may not win in the thinnest department, the Eee Pad MeMO proved to be light enough in the hand for easy operation. Touting Android 4.0, the tablet was smooth in its operation and moving in and out of menus was very snappy. The 1.2GHz dual-core Qualcomm 8260 processor is certainly put to good use by the Eee Pad MeMO as operation of the device was a breeze. Asus even added a stylus for alternative input.
Once it rolls out though, buyers may find themselves holding a revised version of the device as Asus disclosed that the final version of the tablet may still get revised and may have an Nvidia Tegra SOC as its processor. So far so good for the ME370T and with the possible revision, it might just get even better.
Via The Verge
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