CES 2011: Asus Eee Pad MeMO

Posted: Jan 7 2011, 9:54am CST | by , in News | CES

CES 2011: Asus Eee Pad MeMO
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Smaller screen Android tablet for mobile types

Asus unveiled a cool new smaller screen tablet at CES 2011 called the MeMO. The little tablet has a screen that is 7.1-inches and uses capacitive touch tech. The small size is a good thing for people that are on the go a lot and want a tablet that can be slipped into a purse or pocket easier.

A 10-inch tablet is not pocketable unless you have really large pants. The memo runs Android 3.0 and supports 1080p video. The little gadget also has a micro HDMI port for shooting the video out to a big screen.

Of all the tablets that Asus showed off at CES, this is the least appealing to me. I would suspect that the upside is that this smaller screen unit will be one of the cheapest of the new offerings. If you are a fan of the Galaxy Tab size the MeMO might appeal to you.

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