The ASUS Memo Pad FHD 10 is a tablet that doesn't draw a lot of attention to itself with its modest design. It's a very solid product, however, and with the 32 GB model costing only £299, it's an appealing Full HD tablet. The screen is generally of good quality, even if it could be a bit brighter, especially when you're outside. If you like having lots of different connectors, the FHD 10 will not disappoint. The Intel SoC ASUS used in the FHD 10 offers reasonable performance, but we probably would have preferred to have this 10-inch tablet with the Qualcomm chip instead, since it draws less power under light loads. Should the version with the Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro become available in the UK, the one with LTE, it will likely cost more than the Intel version.
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