MeMo 10.1 Tablet Lands on AT&T Website For $299.99 on Contract

Releases of new devices are happening every day it seems, and AT&T is no exception with online orders of the LG G2, pre-orders for Samsung's Galaxy Note 3 and now the ASUS MeMo Pad FHD LTE 10.1 (quite a mouth full) tablet is up for online only purchases.  You can buy it outright for $399 or on a two-year contract for $299 and at only $100 off, you may want to simply purchase the MeMo outright.  Buying a new smartphone is a little different where you usually get a $300 or more subsidy, but for only $100 of savings it may be in your best interest to buy it off-contract.

The key features listed above list highlight a device with good specifications for the price, especially when you remember this is a 10-inch device.  Some of the more detailed specs show us:

  • 10-inch 1920 x 1200 Full HD IPS Display with a 178-degree viewing angle
  • Qualcomm 8064 Quad-Core running at 1.5GHz
  • 2GB RAM
  • 16GB Internal Storage
  • 5MP Camera with 4X Zoom and Auto Focus
  • 1.2MP FFC
  • MicroSD Card slot for up to 64GB of Storage
  • 6760 mAh Battery
  • 4G LTE, 4G HSPA+, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 3.0, GPS
  • Dual-Stereo Speakers with SonicMaster Technology
  • Includes Miracast for Seamless Video to TV
  • 9.9mm thick and weighs in at 572g
  • Colors: Black

The MeMo 10.1 does offer parental controls to allow users to control access and time spent using the device.  The built-in stereo speakers add rich, detailed sound, and with a 10-inch display, it makes it ideal for entertainment, video playback, or as a gaming tablet.  Speaking of entertainment, Miracast support will wirelessly connect the MeMo to a Wi-Fi enabled TV or projector to share movies or photos that reside on the tablet.  The dual cameras allow for video chat using the 1.2MP FFC and with a 5MP Camera with zoom and autofocus, you can capture photos or 1080p video recordings.

There is a great video that shows off the MeMo in action

What do you think of the MeMo 10.1 and do you think you will be picking one up online at AT&T.

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