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ASUS MeMO Pad 7: The mom tablet that does it all, just like mom

asusYou might think that calling the ASUS MeMO Pad 7 the “mom tablet” could be the lipstick-kiss of death, but au contraire, the Intel powered-brand has found a home women who love its compact size and multifunctioning features.
The clutch-purse inspired design is slim and lightweight, the perfect size for slipping into a handback or hand carrying around the office, to a friend’s house, the grocery store, the coffee shop, you get the picture.   The campaign for the ASUS as mom’s new favorite electronic companion rightly plays up moms as busy beings with a variety of responsibilities, all that the tablet can handle with aplomb.
As a morning assistant, the tablet serves as a calendar and lifeline to check email and shop online; at work it is an IT virtuoso with Intel Wireless Display, to project your latest creative ideas on the big screen; at break time it’s your little buddy that can travel with you to the office cafeteria or wherever you take your midday sustenance; and when its pick-up time at school the kids can borrow it for some 4G LTE Wi-Fi-enabled games (a-hem – educational apps), and she’ll never miss a cute photo op with the front and rear auto-focus camera; and at home it’s a homework aid or entertainment center.  And this is all done on a single charge – lasting up to 11 hours.  Nuf said.
All this functionality comes with the reasonable price tag of $179.99, which is quite awesome considering its brickhouse guts — an Intel Atom z3560 Quad-Core processor, and an Android 4.4 KitKat operating system, and 16 or 32 GB of available storage.  When you are stacked like the ASUS MeMo Pad 7, you can call yourself anything you want.  While dudes of course are welcome to have their own, this sleek and stylish device, built tough enough for a tech geek, is made for woman, with a palette of girly colors, like rose champagne, burgundy red, hot pink and gentle black.