If you like to use a pen as well as fingers on the screen of your tablet, think about getting an Asus Eee Pad MeMo. It has extra features for those who are more artistic. Get a closer look at this Asus tablet here in this snappy article.
Asus is creating some above average tablets. They call these latest creations their Eee models. This is the Memo, with no manual keyboard, but other features to take its place. The screen is the smaller seven inch size, similar to the Samsung Galaxy Tab and the Blackberry Playbook, but it is bright and has a hidden ( not too hidden ) location for the special stylus. The stylus has a special rubber tip that can be used for those with artistic abilities to make special inputs on a graphics program.
The screen on this tablet is 600 by 1024 pixels in resolution. That is the same resolution as the iPad. The screen is capacitive touch, not resistive. There is IPS for viewing from angles without problems. Multi touch input is included. If a user happens to get in trouble with too many programs open on the screen, buttons are located on the side of the screen to escape. The screen is equipped with a proximity sensor, ambient light sensor, gravity sensor and ecompass.
The Asus Eee Pad MeMo is packing a powerful motor under the hood. It is a dual core 1.2 gigahertz Qualcomm 8260 processor. That means two chips running at 1.2 gigahertz. This is accompanied by a choice of internal storage options from eight to 64 gigabytes. The drive is solid state and is more durable than a traditional disc drive. The RAM is rated for 512 megabytes of memory.
The Asus Eee Pad MeMo is able to make calls over 3G networks. There are no carriers chosen yet, but the option is there. People will likely not be putting this up to their ear to make and take calls. Bluetooth will be the manner in which the phonage happens. The WLAN is here in this tablet, with all modes of Wi-Fi supported. There is no DLNA for streaming video. Asus gave the tablet two cameras. The one on the back has five megapixels of picture taking power and comes with flash. The front is more like a webcam and is rated for 1.2 megapixels.
External wired connections for the Asus Eee Pad MeMo tablet consist of an HDMI connector, MicroUSB port, MicroSD card slot and a head phone jack. Although the CES models were running an older version ( 2.x ) of the free Android operating system it is expected that this tablet will have Android 3.0 Honeycomb when it gets to market. That is version 3.0 for those keeping up. The battery is 4400 mAh worth of power, which can keep the MeMo tablet going for a typical eight hours of video. The iPad lasts for ten hours on a recharge.
ASUS Eee Pad MeMO Release Date and Price
ASUS has set the price of the ASUS Eee Pad MeMO at $690 for the 8-16G B models and at $960 for the 32-64GB models and it will arrives on the market in the Summer of 2011. So price seems to good compare to other Android 3.0 HoneyComb tablet HTC Flyer.