The new Asus MeMo Pad 7 is the latest to bear the name, but the most stylish so far.

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The tablet is handbag-friendly, measuring 8.3mm thick and weighing 269g.

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As always with Android, you can download apps to customise your home screen to your heart's content.

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As an added bonus, the MeMo Pad 7 has a selection of extra apps and features included as part of Asus' own ZenUI interface.

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The MeMo Pad 7 runs on Android KitKat.

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The black polycarbonate frame reminds us of an early Nokia Lumia phone's slick style.

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This slimline tablet comes with the option of 4G if you fancy some super-fast data when you're out and about.

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The offset back plate is a subtle touch, but is surprisingly effective compared to many identikit tablets.

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Inside is a 1.83GHz Intel Atom Z3560 quad-core processor, backed up by a respectable 2GB of RAM.

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The new MeMo Pad 7 goes on sale in the next few weeks in Europe.

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