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July 28, 2014

ASUS MeMO Pad 7 ME176CX now in the Philippines for Php6,995

The ASUS MeMo Pad 7 (ME176CX), the company’s 7-inch slate that comes with an HD display, 64-bit Intel Atom quad-core CPU and Android KitKat, is now available in the country for under Php7k.

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ASUS MeMo Pad 7 (ME176CX) specs:
7-inch HD (1280 x 800) IPS display, 216ppi
1.86GHz 64-bit Intel Atom Z3745 quad-core CPU
1GB RAM
8GB internal storage
up t0 64GB via microSD
2 megapixel rear camera
VGA front-facing
WiFi 802.11ac
Bluetooth 4.0
Miracast
CSR aptX audio
Android 4.4 KitKat w/ ASUS Zen UI
9.6mm thick
295g
3,950mAh battery
White, yellow, red, blue, black
Php6,995 SRP

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16 Responses to “ASUS MeMO Pad 7 ME176CX now in the Philippines for Php6,995”

  1. gytu says:

    as in nasa likod yung buttons nya?

    • lawrence says:

      Asus is not the first, nor the only, tablet manufacturer who came out with a design with buttons on the rear side. I’ve used and seen other brands.

  2. Len says:

    Sana po gumawa kayo nang review nito. :-)

  3. quick brown fox says:

    Seems to be pretty killer for 7k. Similar performance sa Tegra Note for 3k less.

  4. derick says:

    Where can we buy this?

  5. MrPhabletBulacan says:

    Huwaw, lumalamon ng Tegra 4 at Snapdragon 800 itong tablet na ito sa napakamurang halaga! Definitely a a great value if we can buy it now…. Kelan kaya lalabas ang fonepad version nito, same power with the ability to call/text/mobilesurf…

  6. easy e says:

    its a YES for me. Its not for picture-taking but over-all, it’a a great value. Sana may pure kitkat version.

  7. Niko ravela says:

    Mga sir Paki confirm nman kung totoo yung first impression ni hardwarezone dto na 33,000 yung benchmark ni antutu dto, kung totoo sasampalin nito Tegra note, mas mura Intel pa branded pa please review na po salamat

  8. quielcosico says:

    this one doesn’t have 3G?

  9. Rom says:

    Is it capable of moving apps into sd card? Coz I’ve read some reviews that they couldn’t move apps into sd card. Tnx.

    • John Abel says:

      having the same problem sir, I can’t seem to find a way to move application into my SD card. I don’t know if asus will fix this in their future update

  10. camilo says:

    Cant move apps to sd card? Have any tried using titanium backup/ cleanmaster/apps to sd app to move the apps to sd card. Thnks!

  11. bongyeah says:

    Matagal na tong nakaout, bakit etong july lang prinomote…
    Kasi less 2k na xa ngayon…
    176cx…

    • bongyeah says:

      Mali pala ko…
      Memopad pala to…
      Walang 3g…
      Walang sim…
      Pure tablet…
      Ung counterpart pala nitong fe176 ang may 3g/sim…

  12. Woof says:

    We should complain to Asus why there is no option to install apps and their data to external SD. There are also quite a number of apps that will install fine and then disappear after the tablet is turned off then back on. The apps are still installed and are taking up space but the OS does not recognize it with a message that says “App is not installed”. This usually happens to apps that install part of its program or data to the external SD. You have to install the app again from the Play store and then uninstall it to remove all of its files. I understand that this is a KitKat issue but the tablet’s meager 8GB (~4GB available to user) runs out real quick after a few large apps. Google has effectively made 8GB tablets irrelevant with this move in KitKat. Why did Asus even bother to put an external SD slot when the ability to move apps into it has been wrested from the user?
    Sure the performance of this tablet is great but this issue is hardly trivial anymore and is fast becoming a major annoyance.

    The Miracast Wireless display is also broken. It only works 25% of the time. This was supposed to ameliorate the absence of an HDMI out port.

    Asus, get your act together! Hound Intel if you have to.

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