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Lisa Gade compares the Google Nexus 10 and the Asus MeMO Pad Smart 10 Android tablets. The Nexus 10 is the more expensive tablet, and we look at what you get…

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46 Comments

  • Apollodin 3 years ago

    Is the nexus 10 available in Europe?

  • Mark Leech 3 years ago

    Could you compare MeMO Pad FHD 10 to the nexus 10

  • giga gigaa 3 years ago

    just dont

  • doug palmer 3 years ago

    asus does have a 32 gig and there 199 on amazon

  • PH12364 3 years ago

    My Asus smart pad kept dropping wi fi

  • vitalalive69 3 years ago

    Correction, you can connect an external harddrive to Nexus Gioogle 10 with
    OTG USB adapter cable 

  • Nathaniel Newman 3 years ago

    I just bought that Asus Memo Pad 10. As long as its HD quality it should be
    fine. On that magazine comparison it was still readable without being
    blurred or jagged.

  • Theo Rojo 3 years ago

    Asus
    

  • Dima Zaichev 3 years ago

    Asus

  • D. Will 3 years ago

    “nope. cant do it”lol
    nice review! 

  • Theo Rojo 3 years ago

    Asus
    

  • Carl Knox 3 years ago

    good review Lisa.

  • MrDamon70 3 years ago

    How do I set up my Memo to automatically save camera pictures/videos to my
    external SD card? Asus couldn’t help.. They sent me to Android customer
    service. Any help would be great!! Thank you.

  • PeterKlein0064 3 years ago

    Hey. Thank you for your videos. I don´t want to buy the Nexus because it is
    more expensive in Germany. But i´m unshure if i want to buy the MeMopad or
    the SAMSUNG Galaxy Tab 3 which are abaut the same Price at my local store.
    Please help me and continue making great videos :)

  • SuperSaiyanSupreme 3 years ago

    The Video being Interlaced is very distracting. 

  • Victor Jordan 3 years ago

    PLUS there’s cloud storage now. 16 GB of storage for a tablet is enough for
    me.

  • László Homonna 3 years ago

    Google Nexus 10 vs Asus MeMO Pad Smart 10 Comparison Smackdown

  • barnyard27 3 years ago

    Lisa any word on a galaxy note 2 10.1?

  • Lu HerCen 3 years ago

    WHATS WRONG WITH GOOGLE!!! PUT AND SD CARD AND USB PORT ASSHOLES!!

  • Hello! 3 years ago

    Memo pad looks less perfessional

  • Edward Day 3 years ago

    I was thinking of buying the Note 10.1 over either of these because of the
    Wacom digitizer and the usefulness of resting ones hand on the display
    while writing. But then I invented a way to retrospectively introduce Palm
    Rejection while using a normal capacitive stylus on any tablet. I call it
    the glove.

  • Johann Villanueva 3 years ago

    Nexus 10 Will be the winner obviously. It has the Highest Screen Resolution
    and up to date Android.

  • Alexism Marvan 3 years ago

    asus bitch is way better

  • Ɓяϵɳɲэαʊ1023 3 years ago

    ‘memo pad smart 10’? Was there an in-house cheesiest name competition being
    held at Asus at the time of designing this tablet?

  • gtarbmx 3 years ago

    nexus 10 doesn’t have USB hosts. fuckin useless.

  • kieran walker 3 years ago

    It’s coz I’m cool 😀

  • KorvanShedai 3 years ago

    Then name him as Kira and remove him as competition.

  • Carlos Sanchez 3 years ago

    Looks like there is the nexus 10…and then there are the “also rans”.
    Thanks for clearing that up for me. The screen really is brilliant and any
    questions I had about the nexus having “only” a dual core processor are put
    to rest. Really can’t complain about the MeMo pad especially with optimized
    games for the tegra3, but it is worth to spend the extra hundred and put on
    your big boy pants.

  • nitish machewad 3 years ago

    Please review xperia z

  • NeutralGenericUser 3 years ago

    great review!

  • Kensiington 3 years ago

    beat me to it :l

  • MobileTechReview 3 years ago

    Asus pretty much buried the Transformer Prime due to issues with wireless
    reception. The Transformer Infinity TF700 replaced it and it has a more
    expensive casing and a full HD display that they couldn’t sell for this low
    a price.

  • David Webb 3 years ago

    Why can’t the Asus upgrade to android 4.2?

  • mark199 3 years ago

    Thanks for a great comparison video Lisa although I still can’t choose
    which one to get 🙂

  • AlfredoBodega 3 years ago

    Great video Lisa, but you lost me on the micro USB connectors and SD card
    support. The Asus, with a micro to standard USB adapter cable, will let you
    read/write to a thumb drive or external HD, and use a SSB keyboard and
    mouse – correct? What can you do with the Nexus micro USB connector? Can
    the Asus write to the SD card or just read from it? Thanks!

  • Nerven1986 3 years ago

    cant wait to see qualcomm 800 on tablet.

  • John Andrews 3 years ago

    Hi Lisa, how does the MeMo compare please with the samsung galaxy tab2
    10.1? as the are the same price here in UK. thanks.

  • shyguy 3 years ago

    I have yet to find anyone that does reviews like u do I love your videos.

  • Tzvetan Tzakov 3 years ago

    Is lisa a transvestite ?

  • Hello! 3 years ago

    Nexus 10 is just fucking sexy

  • Raman Lal 3 years ago

    I love my Nexus 10!

  • Marco Sanchaz 3 years ago

    Best tech reviewer on youtube.

  • SoloTurk 3 years ago

    I love Your tech reviewer Lisa 🙂

  • Riarne Adam 3 years ago

    hi I was wondering if you could help me out. I am looking for a tablet that
    can play high definition videos play great game like first person shooters
    with a controller I am also looking for a tablet with a GPS and 3G and also
    able to use it to draw in do animation also to be able to use an external
    hard drive up to 500 geeks and play a movie and music feet. What are your
    three best suggestion? on a tablet that can do all that and ours only got
    $500 to spend =)

  • mrbrainchild76 3 years ago

    This is not a fair comparison. The Nexus 10 sexually dominates that MeMo
    Pad.

  • MobileTechReview 3 years ago

    We’ll review the Xperia Z once it starts shipping. It’s not out here in the
    US.