Thursday, January 7, 2016

Review of ASUS Zenpad 7.0

ASUS launched its all new Zenpad Z370CG in September 2015.There's a considerable amount we ought to be grateful to Asus with regards to 7-inch Android tablets. All things considered, the Taiwanese organization fabricated both eras of the Nexus 7 – which stay two of the best Android tablets ever assembled.

with a display size of 17.7 centimeters its quite big and quite handy as well.

its a high end entertainment device which delivers what it promises.

what I really liked about it is that you get a satisfying grip on the 272g, 8.7mm thick tablet. It's a tablet built to be used in portrait mode and it's sufficiently comfortable to use it without worrying it might become a strain for longer browsing sessions.

it also has a interchangeable addons to enhance the sound which makes it best to watch movies or videos. on the go .The audio cover is interesting considering the speaker setup alone on the ZenPad 7.0 doesn't make a good first impression.

coming to the display, it has a HD dispay of 1280 * 800 pixels with a 72% view area and corning gorilla glass.its not ground breaking but does give a better display.The benefits include improved sharpness, intelligent contrast and better outdoor visibility.I did not have much prpoblem with display.

In specifications department, it has got a 64-bit Intel Atom processor with the option of 1GB or 2GB of RAM and a MaLi-450 MP4 GPU. It's in no way,  a powerhouse in tablet terms, yet it ought to be sufficient for most and a swipe through home screens and dispatching applications demonstrates things by and large are running smooth.  All of the connectivity bases are covered here as well, with micro SIM slot to offer 3G connectivity and Miracast support to send your screen to compatible TV.

on the camera front , it has a decent  8-megapixel main camera around the back and the option of 5-megapixel or 0.3-megapixel front-facing camera.there are lots of options to edit your pics and beautify it. lots of options for video editing as well.

overall, I am quite satisfied with the product, although it could have been better in some aspects. Battery life estimated to be 8 hours comes a little less. camera is decent though not great.

ASUS has always surprised me with their products and its definitely has become one of the leading brands in India. Its trustworthy and bang for buck.

Rating: 3.8/5

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