The ZenPad 7.0 is the smallest member of the new Asus ZenPad line of tablets, and judging by the specs, it’ll probably also be the cheapest.

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Asus will offer models of this 7 inch tablet with 1024 x 600 pixel or 1280 x 800 pixel displays, 1GB to 2GB of RAM, and 8GB to 16GB of storage.

There are WiFi-only and 3G models, but each version of the tablet features an Intel Atom x3-C3230 quad-core processor, Mali-450 MP4 graphics, 802.11b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0, and Android 5.0 software.

The tablets have mono front-facing speakers, a microSD card reader, and up to an 8MP rear camera and up to a 2MP front camera, depending on the model.

The ZenPad 7.0 measures about 0.33 inches thick and weighs about 9.3 ounces.

Other members of the new ZenPad lineup include the ZenPad 8.0 (with similar specs, but a larger display), the ZenPad S 8.0 (with a higher-resolution display and a USB Type-C port), and the ZenPad 10 (with an optional keyboard dock).

There are at least four different ZenPad 7.0 models including the Z170C, Z170CG, Z370C, and Z370CG.

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4 replies on “Asus introduces the ZenPad 7.0 budget tablet”

  1. The look like decent value. But too many different models to sort out and chase down.

  2. I think these ASUS products offer a good balance between price and quality. Sure, you can get cheaper tablets with similar sounding specs, but can you trust them?? Having used and owned a number of ZenFones in our family, I know they are durable, so I have recommended FonePads to people looking for a cheap phablet, and no complaints so far. With obscure brands, it’s more of a gamble.

  3. lol because they weren’t selling the same thing at the same prices 2 years ago.
    Asus has just stopped putting any thought at all in most of its products.
    And that design team was clearly making briefcases in the 80s but failed to evolve.

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