Well-constructed, and attractive.
Reasonably strong performance.
Long battery life.
Great value for the money.
Nice IPS display.
Quad core Tegra 3 great for gaming.
Rear-facing camera, microSD and Micro-HDMI ports.
Competitive $300 price point.
A bit pricey for what it is.
No attachable keyboard dock available.
Internal storage speeds have improved over older Asus Transformer models, but still slower than the competition.
Overall plastic feel.
Cramped onscreen keyboard layout.
By 5FWD on May 01, 2013
Not too long ago, an Android tablet like this would have cost £400, and been twice as thick. Now, at a mere £229.99, the Asus Memo Pad Smart 10 represents serious value for money, with few drawbacks. Of course, if you can stretch just £40...80
By NotebookCheck on April 05, 2013
A tablet that's inexpensive, but good quality - it seems that's what Asus had in mind when they tasked their engineers with the design of the Memo Pad Smart 10. Overall, the manufacturer has succeeded: we like the very bright display with its...83
By Trusted Reviews on March 29, 2013
During the course of 2012, budget tablets suddenly got a whole lot better. For under £200 you can now get a seriously capable tablet that can do just about everything a £500 tablet can. The Asus MeMO Pad Smart is Asus's latest attempt at...70
By Computer Shopper on March 22, 2013
A 10-inch Android slate, this under-$300 Nvidia Tegra 3 tablet performs well, delivers long battery life, and packs a strong set of expansion and connectivity options. Only a relatively low-res screen marks it as a budget slate....60
By MobileTechReview on March 19, 2013
It's hard not to like the Asus MeMO Pad Smart 10: for the price it's an excellent buy. You get a name brand tablet from a company with a proven Android track record, a sharp (albeit not super high resolution) IPS display, a solid Nvidia Tegra 3...80
By cnet on March 11, 2013
Imagine a Nexus 7's innards expanded to a 10-inch tablet and you've got the Asus MeMo Pad Smart 10. Now ask yourself: why wouldn't you want something...60
By Android Police on March 05, 2013
As I said at the beginning, I went in to this review expecting to be reviewing a 2012 tablet in 2013. In a way, that's exactly what I got. But the MeMO Pad Smart is much more, and is actually better than many of 2012's offerings, especially from...-
By liliputing.com on March 03, 2013
The MeMO Pad ME301T may not be the best tablet money can buy, but it is one of the best 10 inch Android tablets that you can buy for a very particular amount of money: $299. Normally if you wanted to find a 10 inch tablet with a Tegra 3 processor for...-
By Android Central on February 28, 2013
ASUS is looking to bring down the cost of owning a full-featured 10-inch tablet, but can it overcome the inherent issues with the form factor?When it comes to 10-inch Android tablets, there's no doubt that ASUS has been leading the pack when it...-
By Phone Arena on February 27, 2013
In all fairness, the Asus MeMO Pad Smart 10 is a wonderful option if you’re on a tight budget for a 10” tablet; It has enough of a well-rounded performance to propel it over other comparable models, and the $300 price point that’s...75