Computex is bringing us some amazing gadgets, but there is one thing we are especially excited about – Moorefield processors. We have benchmarked this processor before, but we want more, right?
Well, we also got to play around with one of the first tablets to feature an Intel Atom Moorefield processor. It was clocked at 2.33 GHz and sports 4 cores, making the device as snappy as can be. Performance was buttery smooth and the 2 GB of RAM make it a good multi-tasker.
Other specs include 16 GB of internal storage, an 8-inch 1920x1200p display, 5/1.2 MP cameras and a 4350 mAh battery. Not to mention, 4G LTE capabilities. The device does feel pretty good in the hand. It feels very light and solid in the hand, which is to be expected from a manufacturer like ASUS.
There is a slight downside, though – this tablet is only meant for Japan’s KDDI network. It looks like an amazing device and I know there would be some demand for it all over the world, not only in Japan.
Do you want to see exactly how good the ASUS MeMO Pad 8 really is? There is no better way to test a high-end tablet than with gaming, and we have a gaming test for you.