Asus - ME572 - Intel Moorefield - 16GB - Black
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7" LCD high-definition 10-finger capacitive touch-screen display
With IPS technology, 400 cd/m² brightness, a 178° viewing angle and 1920 x 1200 resolution makes navigation simple and presents media in sharp detail.
Android 4.4 KitKat
Allows you to remain connected and productive.
16GB storage capacity
Offers plenty of room to store pictures, videos, music and other files. Also includes Asus WebStorage.
Intel® Atom™ Z3560 processor with a 1.8GHz processor speed and 2GB LPDDR3 memory for efficient performance.
Enables rapid Internet connectivity while within range of a wireless network.
Bluetooth 4.0 interface
Lets you wirelessly link with compatible Bluetooth-enabled devices.
5.0MP rear-facing and 2.0MP front-facing webcams
Along with a microphone allow you to capture special moments to share with loved ones.
Enables simple expansion (card not included).
Include G-sensor, ambient light, ecompass and hall for versatility.
Include Google Play Store, Google+, Gmail, Google Play Games, Google Play Music, Google Play Movies, Google Play Books, Google Play Newsstand, Google Setting, Hangouts, Maps, Widevine, YouTube and more.
Intel, Pentium, Celeron, Centrino, Core, Viiv, Intel Inside and the Intel Inside logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in the United States and other countries.
- Asus ME572 - Intel Moorefield - 16GB
- Lithium-polymer battery (3950 mAh)
- Adapter, power plug
- Owner's manual
- Energy Star CompatibleNo
- Processor BrandIntel
- Battery TypeLithium Polymer (Li-Polymer) 3950 mAh
- Type of Memory (RAM)LPDDR3
- Internal Storage TypeeMMC
- Storage Capacity16 gigabytes
- SD Card SlotYes
- Adobe Flash CompatibleNo
- Front Facing WebcamYes
- Front Facing Webcam Pixels2.0MP
- Digital CameraYes
- Digital Camera Pixels5.0MP
- Wi-Fi Built InYes
- HDMI OutputNo
- Drive Capacity16 gigabytes
- Data Plan RequiredNo
- Headphone JackYes
- GPS EnabledYes
- GPS Enabled withGoogle Maps
- Operating System PlatformAndroid
Rating 4.4 out of 5 stars with 180 reviews(180 Reviews)
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Nexus 7 3.0Posted .
This tablet has proven to be zippy, fluid and stylish! I call it my Nexus 7 3.0... Does everything I need it to do and it even fits into my back pocket. Sleek and unique, and fully capable! This tablets memory can be expanded to accommodate 32 extra Gigabits which is fantastic... I only wish the microSD slot had a cover as the SD card is always exposed so you'll have to be mindful of how you handle the tablet around the card slot. Great Machine None The Less!I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
As great as a Samsung!Posted .
I really like my first tablet. It is as good as the new Samsung's. The price was great. It's true quality. The picture is great. Top notch all the way around.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
The screen quality is amazing. The look and feel is great. It is also very quick. Asus keeps it up to date with new features like a dual apps feature.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Excellent 7" tabletPosted .
I bought the ASUS ME572C tablet for my fiancee` for Christmas. She really wanted a Samsung Tab 4, but it was out of my price range in the 16GB version. I also didn't want another Samsung (we already have an S3 and a Note 2), so I convinced her to be OK with me getting the ASUS. I am glad I did because she loves the ASUS, even after she got to mess around with her step-brother's Tab 4. First, the screen on this tablet is fantastic. 1920 x 1200 (HD 16:10) is an incredible resolution in this price range (Lenovo S8 is the only other one). The processor in this is quite snappy, and we have yet to see any slow load times. The processor is one of Intel's newest offerings released in Q4 2014, so it should be future proofed for quite awhile. The reason I pushed for the ASUS was build quality, OS, and specs. The build quality makes this tablet look and feel like a premium piece of hardware. By far the best build quality of all the tablets I picked up (Samsung, Lenovo, Acer, ASUS MeMo, etc). ASUS's Zen OS is one of the more lightly-skinned Android OS's you can get. It is as close to a Nexus 7" device as you can get without buying the 2013 Nexus 7. I originally bought the Lenovo S8, but I returned it because of the OS. The lack of a launcher, and other Lenovo tweaks made it less desirable to me because I was giving it to my computer novice fiancee`. Also, both of us currently have Galaxy devices, so we are very familiar with Touch Wiz and its shortcomings/issues. As far as specs go the ASUS lands on top. The Lenovo S8 is right there with it, albeit with a marginally slower processor. The ASUS has a better screen (1920 x 1200), faster processor (1.8GHz Intel Moorefield Quad Core), more RAM (2GB), and higher build quality than all of its closest competitors. Also, to the people that complain about the large vertical bezels around the screen - not a big deal at all. I hate bezels, but these serve a purpose. They give you plenty of area to hold onto the tablet without constantly fat-fingering the screen. tl:dr Get the ASUS ME572C, you won't regret it.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
essentially a "3rd gen Nexus 7" sans AOSP, plus SDPosted .
it's very tough to give out 5-star reviews on tablets/phones. they're all very nice, but usually lack one or two very critical features which would otherwise make them worthy. if the ME572 had come with the faster Z3580 Atom, AOSP, and shorter top/bottom bezels, it would simply be perfect. as it is, the Z3560 performs flawlessly, and the excessive top/bottom bezels do not affect comfort/usability in any way. though, I have no intentions of carrying it around outside the house. I have a sizable phone for that. regardless, I can't, in good conscience, take off a full star for coming up a bit short of perfection. I could easily take off for the non-AOSP-like rom, but this is only really an issue for a limited set of people. and even then, it's just not the end of the world. pros: • thin/light • I can palm this quite comfortably (to be fair, I have pretty large hands# • not excessively warm/hot #my Lenovo S8-50 and new Z3 phone get much hotter# • microSD • excellent USB/file-transfer performance #30mbps vs unusable in S8-50# • better scaling #the S8-50 is closer to 1:1, and everything is fairly small, and some apps get confused and render poorly# • zero issues playing app-embedded youtube #Shield can't do it# • price cons: • excessive top/bottom bezels #unless you want to carry it in a pocket, this is mostly cosmetic, and at that, not really an issue# • Zen launcher/rom/bloat #you can disable most non-Zen apps, but there's a lot of Zen apps, recommend you install Nova launcher# • corners come to somewhat of a point #not sharp enough for any kind of concern, I'd just prefer rounded corners on this device #I'm being really nit-picky here# • only 16gb internal storage #closer to 10gb you can actually use# - it's very difficult to find a tablet in this price range with more, though #IIRC, they do intend to make a 32gb/LTE version of this device# the ME572 is only about 1/4in both shorter/narrower than the Lenovo S8-50. surprisingly, that 1/4in made all the difference in the world for me palming it. YMMV. I've only had the ME572 over the weekend, and there's no question, I'll be handing down the S8-50 at my earliest convenience. the S8-50 is by no means a bad tablet. I just prefer the ME572 that much more. of course, I wouldn't have any issue if someone could make an 8in tablet just as narrow as the ME572, with similar scaling. for all I know, the reason my Z3 and the S8-50 get so warm #only playing games, though# is because they may be using heat-sinks which bleed heat closer to the shell. I honestly can't say whether the Z3560 runs cooler or not. but, if observed warmth is something on your radar, you'll definitely prefer the ME572. I simply wanted to add, I don't understand the lack of good 7in tablets this fall. a year ago, google began selling the 2nd gen Nexus 7, and AFAIK, it was extremely popular. I understand them selling the Nexus 9, to compete head-to-head with the ipad. that would be a very profitable market for them. but how they decided not to update one of the most popular tablets ever made, I can't imagine. at least Asus has seen fit to not only ship a 1920x1200/2gb tablet with an updated CPU, they even added a microSD, and priced it very competitively. overall, the tablet has a very nice feel to it. it doesn't feel cheaply made. at this price, I wouldn't expect it to survive much of a drop #short of a $1,000+ "ruggedized" tablet, I wouldn't expect that of any device). but kudos to Asus for doing an exceptional job of at least making it feel like it's not junk.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
The "Perfect Budget" TabletPosted .
For a $180 tablet that Asus competitively put out on shelves, competitors like Samsung are crazy to sell their budget line up of Tab 4 series to compete with this device. This Asus Memo Pad 7 is elegant, sturdily built, and performs like a premium tablet while having a top notch screen. The new screen coating they have truly does shine as well, and makes the tablets highly visible even in sunlight; not to mention it already having a gorgeous full 1080p display. It is extremely light, and perhaps the lightest tablet out on the market right now, and does not flex or creak. Simply put it this way, if you were expecting a Nexus 7 for 2014, look no further. I believe this tablet would have been Asus's vision for this years Nexus 7, and for whatever reason they were able to knock out every budget tablet with a $180 price tag and being able to maintain quality and performance that easily holds up to premium tablets out on the market. The new Moorefield Atom processor is no slouch despite benchmark scores. These processors were made to run full Windows operating environments, and in an ARM environment like Android it simply beats out many out there. Now the cons, simply this. Asus packs the Memo Pad 7 with bloatware that users cannot delete. This is expected, but is more of a nitpicking issue that most will take notice immediately. The other con would be the 64bit chipset this tablet is using. It performs flawlessly, but for graphically intensive games it is not optimized yet. When running graphical benchmarks, the tablet scored and passed with flying colors. When playing graphically intensive games like Dead Trigger and even lower end games like Shadow Fight 2, you'll experience slowdowns. I think it's due to the fact that the support for 64bit is still limited, and future updates especially through Android 5.0 L will resolve these issues in due time. I claim this tablet as the Perfect Tablet, even if you do have the budget to buy 10 Ipads. This tablet brings a fresh feel to Android that is elegant yet familiar, and it especially plays it safe for those on a budget. With the holiday season just around the corner, you owe it to yourself to buy what will be considered as one of the greatest tablets ever built in my opinion.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Great Tablet! - Beware of Samsung "experts"Posted .
INTRO: I'm an app developer, and I picked this tablet up as my 7" testing unit. I would have went with the Nexus 7, but even the newer model is getting old now. I also heard many reports that the Nexus 7 was very slow with the Android Lollipop. I wanted something that was sub $200 and would last a while. This tablet has been a perfect fit! PROS: This Asus tablet is outstanding! - Speed - Power - Screen - Audio - SD Slot - Zen Interface - Feel in Hand When I was first researching this product, a reviewer had mentioned that this tablet might actually have been designed to be the 3rd generation Nexus 7, and I agree. The speed and versatility of this tablet is well beyond what I imagined. It doesn't get bogged down like other tablets I have. The screen is crystal clear with great resolution. By far this tablet has the best audio I've ever experienced from a tablet (especially 7"), no questions asked. The memory is expandable with an SD card. The zen interface they use on this Asus is one of the best I've come across (besides Google's). It hasn't become annoying like others I've experienced and it adds some nice features to the tablet. The tablet is light and feels very good in hand. It is easy to hold and has a grippy feel on all of it's sides. CONS: There aren't too many cons, and none of them have detracted any stars. This is just me nitpicking. - Flashing Display (FIXABLE) - Preinstalled Apps - Square Corners If you use auto brightness, the screen seems to flicker a lot and becomes overall inconsistent. To fix this, just turn off auto brightness. There are a lot of preinstalled apps. This may or may not be an issue, I would have rather had less of them installed. Although I haven't had a problem with them, I could see the pointy corners being an issue at some point. It is quite possible that the tablet is just light enough where it isn't even an issue. NOTE: I want to let anyone looking into tablets, laptops, phones or wearables to be cautious of the Samsung "experts" in the Best Buy stores. When I went to pick up my Asus tablet I asked an employee, in the tablet area of the store (nowhere near the Samsung area), what were the best 7" tablets. He pointed me at the Samsung Note 4. I had done some research on it and I knew it had sub par specifications for the same price as this Asus tablet, but I played with it in store for a bit. To no surprise, the Note 4 was agonizingly slow. I then asked him if he had any knowledge about this Asus tablet. He told me that Asus wasn't as developer friendly as Samsung and that the Note 4 was better. This is when I became suspicious and realized that he was wearing a lighter colored Samsung shirt. I then watched a few other Samsung "experts" guide customers from different brands of products to Samsung products. If Samsung ends up being what you want, great, otherwise watch out.I would recommend this to a friend
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Rated 5 out of 5 stars
First impression of K007Posted .
"K007" is the actual model no. of this Taiwanese made product, although Asus sells it as the "ME572C". I just picked one up for Xmas at Best Buy. It could have just as easily been offered by Sharper Image stores because it's a real stunner; certainly more elegant looking than all other so-called "budget" tablets. The specs on this beauty are stellar as well starting with its full 64 bit, quad-core CPU, Intel's Atom Z3560 that clocks at a whooping 1.83GHz running in 2GB of internal LPDDR3 RAM. That's a full gigabyte more than most other tablets in this price range. No doubt, this is why it has a true Hi-Def display with a resolution of 1920 x 1200. That is 2.3 million pixels on a 7" diagonal LCD. This results in absolutely pristine color graphics, the sharpest possible text and videos as good as any 1080p HDTV. Except with only a 7" diagonal display, you would have to look through a powerful magnifying glass to see them. Of course, like most others, it comes with 16GB of additional memory for storage of which about 10GB is free to download music, videos and numerous apps from the Google stores. It also has a plug-in port for a microSD card to increase the storage capacity significantly. Best Buy sells a 32GB microSD for only $30 should the extra storage space ever be needed. The most often heard criticism of this tablet is its rather wide opposing blackouts around the screen, especially the at the top and bottom when viewed vertically. However, the entire front surface area is covered in one continuous piece of glass from outer edge to edge, so these areas are not really noticeable and certainly blend in to the LCD such that when this tablet is turned off, it looks a lot bigger than a 7" tablet. Which brings me to say, the K007 is as light as a feather; just 9.6 ounces. The back plate, although plastic, is stylishly textured, but if there is any shortcoming to this tablet, Asus does not include a protective case. That will be the very first post-Xmas accessory on my shopping list, and it would probably be a good idea to pick up an extended protection plan from Best Buy, but that does not cover "breakage" from dropping any mobile device. The Li-ion battery is nearly 4000 mAh, which is more than enough for lengthy periods of purely mobile operation. I haven't had a chance yet to explore the software. The Android 4.4.2 Kit Kat operating system is fairly current. It comes with several dozen apps; more than I'll ever use, but many will come in handy as well as dozens more I will eventually download from the Google store. All in all I am very favorably impressed with the over quality and expected performance of this tablet. For only $179, it promised to be an extremely good value!I would recommend this to a friend
Q: QuestionHow is the battery life of this tablet in stand by mode?Does the Android OS take up a lot of battery? I have this tablet and the Android OS takes up about 80% of the battery. It has a very high CPU time (10 hours plus). The battery drains about 20% overnight which is quite high for a tablet.
Asked by Anonymous.
- A:Answer The battery life is good, I have had the tablet for a week now and have been using it constantly testing everything I could. I was able to use the tablet on the first charge for about a day and a half without charging. But beware charging on this device is very slow and charging does not really work while using the device. If you are at 47% on battery and plug in the charger and continue to use the tablet it will not charge and often if you are playing video or any high demand application it will deplete the battery, yes deplete the battery even if you r plugged into the charger. Charging without use and screen off is approximately 3 hours 35 minutes from 10% to full charge. One additional warning do not and I cannot stress this enough do not let the Tablet fall below 10%, as the system becomes very unresponsive and often will not power back on and I mean will not power back on. I was lucky after leaving it on the charger for 2 days, I was able to get the tablet above 10% and then it charged normally.
Answered by RBKnight
Q: QuestionHow can I get an instuction manual for my ASUS 572 that I received from BEST Buy fulfillment for Citi Thank you points
Asked by Anonymous.
- A:Answer Go to http://www.service.asus.com/ and enter your model info into the search field. Follow the steps to download the available manual. I've done it and it works smoothly!
Answered by kevincjp