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Tuesday, 22 January 2013 10:09

10-inch Asus MeMo tablet spotted in the wild

Written by Fudzilla staff



Spec-less unboxing video


Asus recently introduced the unimpressive 7-inch MeMo tablet, a €149 tablet which basically looks like a (very) crippled Nexus 7.

It seems the company won’t stop there and its cheap and cheerful MeMo brand will also feature a 10-inch tablet. The tablet was uncovered in an unboxing video, but we still don’t know much the hardware.

German tech site TechHive unearthed the video on YouTube and it seems to show a pretty snappy 10-incher, said to be running Jelly Bean.

There is a chance the new MeMo will show its face and the Mobile World Congress next month. Hopefully we won’t have to wait that long to learn the spec.

More here.

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