The Asus ZenPad S 8.0 has well-rounded specs and features that make it an attractive tablet. What’s even better is that getting it won’t break the bank. Therefore, it stands as a great competitor to other similar devices which have a higher price tag.
The Asus ZenPad S 8.0 Brings in a Higher-Resolution Screen With Great Performance
When comparing the Asus ZenPad S 8.0 to the Asus MeMO Pad 7, or even other tablets within its price range, it has a higher-resolution display which stands at 2,048 x 1,536 pixel resolution found on an IPS screen. Pixel density is equally great at it is at 324ppi. This gives images and text being displayed as both sharp and has a great color contrast.
Like the Asus MeMO Pad 7, the ZenPad S 8.0 sticks with the same processing power, that being a quad-core, 64-bit Intel Atom Z3560 chip which runs at 1.83Ghz. This is coupled with 2GB of RAM. Other extras are also worth mentioning as there are dual front-facing speakers with Dolby DTS-HD technology, as well as an internal memory of 32GB of storage space which can even be increased further to 128GB with the use of a microSD card.
The S 8.0 is also one of the first tablets that will include a USB Type-C connecter instead the usual micro USB. This will enable faster transfer rates and even a quicker charging experience. The connection is even reversible; meaning, you don’t have to look to the head of the head of the connector prior to making the connection, which is a minute yet cumbersome problem with regards to USB connections.
As for its design, the tablet has 203.2 x 134.5-millimeters in height and width. It is also light enough to comfortably hold using one hand. It has a thickness of just 6.6-millimeters and it is well-balanced. The ratio of screen-to-body is 76.5-percent which is far from the worst that you will ever find in today’s market. This ratios is enough to give most videos the full-screen cinema experience.
The skin for the tablet’s Asus ZenUI is highly customizable. It is even a little more intelligent than what Google’s stock experience with their default user-interface. For instance, when an app is just newly installed, it will put the app into a number of pre-made “Smart” folders. In some cases, it will make a new folder, which is the case when you install a new game.
The Asus ZenPad S 8.0 offers a ton of promise as it is a great performer and has a design that is just right to be held comfortably. Plus, the price tag won’t let you break the bank which makes this an optimal choice if you’re ever in the market for a great tablet.