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Lightweight and comfortable

The 10-inch Asus Memo Pad FHD 10 is a comfortable and light tablet, considering its large form factor. It ships with Android 4.2.2.

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Headphone jack and volume rocker

The tablet's headphone jack and volume rocker are located on the right side of the tablet, not too far away from the speaker. The volume rocker protrudes enough for you to easily find it without looking.

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Good gaming meets great viewing angles

The Memo Pad FHD 10's great viewing angles come in handy for games like Riptide GP. Gaming performance is smooth, but larger games take a significantly long time to load.

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Ports on the left, on the left

Most of the ports are conveniently located on the left edge of the slate and include the Micro-HDMI and Micro-USB ports, as well as the microSD card expansion slot.

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Grippy back

The Memo Pad FHD 10 boasts a comfortable backside with a weave-like texture that ensures a secure grip when holding the device.

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Capturing details

The 5-megapixel rear camera, as seen in this photo that captures the detail of the tablet's grippy back, impresses with its ability to capture its own detailed photos.

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Audio Wizard is essential

The audio difference when using the Audio Wizard feature is extremely evident and enhances most multimedia experiences. It's also easy to access via the floating dock.

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Front-facing shooter

Front-facing cameras are not usually something to write home about, and the same can be said about the Memo Pad FHD 10's front-facing shooter. It isn't very sharp and colors tend to look washed out, but it gets the job done for video conferencing and charmingly low-res selfies.

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