ASUS ZenPad 10.1″, 2GB RAM, 16GB eMMC, 2MP Front / 5MP Rear Camera, Android 6.0, Tablet, Dark Gray (Z300M-A2-GR)

June 1, 2017 - Comment

ASUS Rose Gold ZenPad Z300M-A2-GR, Touch Screen, 10.1″ WXGA (1280800), IPS, 350 nits, MTK 8163 Quad-Core 1.3GHz, 2GB DDR3L, Mali-T720MP2 520Mhz, 16GB EMMC, Android 6.0 (Marshmallow), 802.11 abgn, 2MP Front & 5MP Rear, Bluetooth 4.0 Product Features Fashion-inspired design carries modern influences for a luxurious, clean look for universal and stylish appeal with elegant leather

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(as of December 16, 2017 9:28 pm EST - Details)

ASUS Rose Gold ZenPad Z300M-A2-GR, Touch Screen, 10.1″ WXGA (1280800), IPS, 350 nits, MTK 8163 Quad-Core 1.3GHz, 2GB DDR3L, Mali-T720MP2 520Mhz, 16GB EMMC, Android 6.0 (Marshmallow), 802.11 abgn, 2MP Front & 5MP Rear, Bluetooth 4.0

Product Features

  • Fashion-inspired design carries modern influences for a luxurious, clean look for universal and stylish appeal with elegant leather patterning and metallic band.
  • 10″ IPS Display (1280 x 800) with ASUS TruVivid technology for better visual experience. Powerful Quad Core 64 bit MediaTek processor, 2GB RAM 16GB eMMC
  • 5M/2M Dual Camera; 1 x microSD Card slot, support up to 64GB SDXC
  • Integration with DTS Headphone: X to bring 701 virtual surround directly to your headphone.
  • Android 6.0 OS and ASUS ZenUI improves the Android experience to be simpler and smarter with more than 1,000 features

Comments

compman says:

Exceeded my expectations First off, I hadn’t intended to pay this much for a tablet, but after a bad experience with an off brand I decided to stick with a brand I knew and trusted. It was definitely the right move. Although $100 more than the off brand the quality and reliability was well worth it. This is a large tablet, so portability could be a problem for some. But if you are looking for a larger screen that is more like a lap top then this is the tablet for you. Out of the box I was impressed with the quality and build. It is a little hefty, but the feel of this tablet in your hands lets you know it is an ergonomic masterpiece. The screen is bright and crisp and the touch control is precise no matter where you touch the screen. The quad core processor and 2 GB of system RAM make for effortless and fast navigation. Even when I tried to stress the system the response was fast and fluid. It comes with Android 6.0 which has some new and updated features over 5.1. You will need to take the time to learn the…

John Pfeiffer says:

Bought a 2nd one. Both working great. 10-19-16 Nice package design (case and control locations). Feels a little heavy, just over a pound, and I’m thinking that the battery is probably most of the weight, and battery life is somewhat important in a usable tablet. I’ve had Windows Tabs that have gotten between 2-6 hours in runtime (even some Fujitsu’s going back to 2001). I expect that the Zenpad, being driven by the new Mediatek chipset should exceed the best Windows Tabs numbers, but it’s mostly the screens that eat up the juice. I’ve only used this for a few days, but used it heavily. So far I have had no screen issues, but am on manual for brightness, and change it as needed for lighting conditions. I have also disabled most of the stock Asus apps, and uninstalled the apps that actually can be uninstalled. BTW, the bootloader is locked on this Marshmallow/6.0 version, so if you’re thinking about rooting, you may want to research other tablets. I can’t comment on the cameras as I use my phone or a real camera for photos. I would…

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