ASUS first revealed its ZenPad 7 tablet back at Computex 2015 during its Zensation event. Alongside the 7-inch version, ASUS also announced both a 8-inch and 10-inch variant of the tablet, but the main focus was on the ZenPad 8.
Preloaded with ASUS' custom Zen UI on top of Android 5.0, the ZenPad 7 packs some decent specs. The ZenPad 7 is not a flagship style tablet, but that doesn't mean that the company took it easy with what they included in the tablet. Being the smallest, the ZenPad 7 is the most portable option of them all. ASUS is offering the tablet in three different color options, which include black leather back, pearl white or aurora metallic.
ASUS ZenPad 7 Specs
|Display||7-inch IPS panel (1280x800)|
|Processor||Intel Atom X3|
|Speakers||Front Speaker with DTS HD Premium Sound, Supports aptX|
|Sensors||G-Sensor/ E-compass/ Hall sensor/ light Sensor|
|Ports Micro USB||2-in-1 Audio Jack (Headphone / Mic-in)
Micro SD Card Reader, up to 64GB SDXC
Micro SIM Slot
Hands-on with the ZenPad tablets
Being the smallest of the announced tablets, the ZenPad 7 also brings the lowest price point. On average, you'll find this tablet for around $100 from a variety of retailers, with several offering it for even less.
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