The most important technology fairs each year worldwide, the Computex 2013 from the city of Taipei is going on. In this event, a lot of Asian manufacturers have unveiled some new products from its catalog of mobile devices (and PCs too). As well as the new Galaxy Tab from Samsung, we find the new tablets from ASUS, a new range that complements the catalog of the brand more interesting devices and, above all, versatile.
ASUS FonePad Note
A tablet? A smartphone? It really is not clear how we could classify this new hybrid ASUS have today presented. According to the Asian company, is more a tablet than a mobile phone, whose main objective would compete with the Samsung Galaxy Note range and offering a terminal quite portable (compared with other tablets) and the best image quality and specifications for a great user experience.
Its technical features we find:
- 6-inch display with HD resolution (1920x108o pixels).
- Processor Intel Atom Z2560 dual-core 1.6 GHz
- 2GB RAM.
- 1.2 MP front camera.
- 8 MP rear camera.
- Connectivity 3G (HSPA).
- It has a stylus for special functions.
Version will come with Android 4.2 but for the moment it is not known when, or what will be its price.
ASUS MeMO Pad FHD 10
Being born with a name more complicated than you want to show off their full HD display, the new 10-inch Pad MeMO has some very attractive features starting of course with spectacular sharpness panel, and the potential it holds inside thanks to a Intel CPU.
Its features are:
- 10.1 inch display with full HD resolution (1920×1080 pixels).
- Processor Intel CoverTrail + Z2560 model with dual core 1.6 GHz frequency
- 2GB RAM.
- Storage capacity of 16 and 32 GB.
- Chambers of 1.2 and 5 MP front and rear respectively.
- Battery that promises up to 10 hours of continuous use.
- OS Android 4.2 .
Although no official confirmation, it is expected that the price of this device will stand at about $ 300.
ASUS MeMO Pad HD 7
The new challenge of the Asian manufacturer of low cost tablets is very attractive for those seeking an affordable, but with enough features for everyday use and causal. It is a kind of Nexus 7 improved, and still cheaper than the Google tablet.
With a 7-inch (1280x800px), weighing just 302 grams and an ARM Cortex A7 that promises good performance and low power consumption (in company with 1 GB of RAM) as well as front and rear cameras and 1.2 MP 5 MP respectively, this device stands at only $ 129 for the 8GB model and $ 149 for the 16GB model storage in four colors, so that no doubt could have a considerable impact on the market.
It is very strange that ASUS bet entirely by Intel processors instead of the NVIDIA that until a generation ago, always gave life to their new tablets. This is also shown in the new Transformer Book Trio, with two Intel that let you run both Windows 8 and Android , so it is a very curious bet but really attractive, which allow the user many possible uses.