After revealing the device last month, today is the day that ASUS launches the MeMO Pad 7. What better way to celebrate than with a new launch video? The video shows off the budget-friendly MeMO Pad 7 in all of its glory, with ASUS choosing to focus on the apps it has developed for the new slate. You can catch it after the jump.
Interestingly, ASUS chooses not to focus on the tablet's specs in the video, but there's probably a good reason for that. After all, the tablet starts at $149, which means that ASUS isn't able to outfit it with the best equipment around. Instead, we're shown a number of apps ASUS has included with the MeMO Pad 7, like ASUS Studio, BudyBuzz, MyPainter, and SuperNote Lite.
There are more apps on display other than those, but we don't want to ruin everything about the video. Though ASUS keeps talk about hardware features brief, it does make sure to point out that the MeMO Pad 7 comes with a microSD slot. The company also reminds us that those who purchase the MeMO Pad 7 will get 5GB of free cloud storage with ASUS WebStorage, which will be a handy feature to have indeed.
Though the MeMO Pad 7 looks pretty similar to the Nexus 7 (which ASUS also made), its specs don't exactly match up. The MeMO Pad 7 features a 7-inch screen displaying at 1024 x 600 resolution, a 1GHz VIA WM8950 processor, 1GB of RAM, and a relatively beefy 4,270mAh battery. The tablet is also running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean out of the box, so while it isn't the best tablet on the block, it may not be a bad idea for those who are looking for an inexpensive slate.