Asus ZenPad S 8.0 Review

Everybody is asking this question, where have all the great, and inexpensive Android tablets gone? It seems that cheap Android tablets aren’t great anymore. The only manufacturer that’s in the market with cheap tablets is Asus. It has launched its latest and inexpensive tablet ZenPad S 8.0. The fact that the tablet is cheap does not compromise the quality of the device. It’s still as good as the Nexus you may be having on your coffee table or drawer. However, if you conduct a simple analysis, you may note that we are going back in a regression pattern. We began with expensive and great tablets, but now we are looking for the best inexpensive tablets. A few years ago, cheap tablets were viewed as faulty devices, and poor quality and performance was linked to such device.

Zen pad S 8.0 struggle to make what was appealing about the zenfone 2. This device is great and ranges at a cheap price of between $199 to $299, all depending on the specifications. Asus is not like Nexus that struggles with its own devices; this company struggles with software all depends on how you use the tablet to realize those benefits. It also scores high from its design and the price tag attached to the product. The tablet is thin and light weighted. The back cover features a combination of etched aluminum and faux leather. It may sound gaudy, but these materials make the tablet comfortable to handle.

It has an aspect ratio of 4:3 giving you all the choice. It has a good screen with 2048 x 1536 pixels. However, it also shares some terrible traits with ZenFone 2. This tablet will never get bright, and the colors skew on the cooler side. But none of these features will ruin your gaming experience. The screen is one of the components that Asus cuts on cost. It also features bad gimmick software that tie into the display bringing up soap operas effect. Thanks to the control panel because you can stop them by hitting the settings key.

Asus has also improved on the voice controls. It features a dual front facing speakers. Internal Storage ranges from 16GB, 32GB, and 60GB and micro SD cards of up to 128GB. This device goes for a USB type –c charging option. Also have a quad-core powering and, a 64-bit processor from Intel. Unfortunately, there’s bloat caused by unnecessary software’s that Asus has crammed on the device. It has a mirror app that is functionless, just to open the selfie camera. Some of the apps are incredibly annoying, for instance, an app may keep reminding you that game you are playing is affecting the battery.

Asus ZenPad S 8.0 Review

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