Computex 2014 is now in town and the biggest Asian technology manufacturers are out in force to show off their latest and greatest. Included in ASUS‘ usual grand showcase are 3 new tablets, the ASUS Fonepad 8, MeMO Pad 7 and MeMO Pad 8, all of which house 64-bit processors. Starting with the ASUS Fonepad 8 (pictured above), the device intuitively has an 8-inch 1280×800 IPS LCD display with side bezels that measure just 5mm. The quadcore Intel Atom Z3560 processor inside of it chugs along at 1.8GHz and is also 3G capable, and also features dual speakers situated on the top and bottom bezels of the device.
Next is a newer version of the ASUS MeMO Pad 7 (above), which also intuitively has a 7-inch display and a more regular 720p resolution. There is a 5MP camera to be found on the back of the device and it is powered by a quadcore Intel Atom Z3745. Unsurprisingly, the MeMO Pad design does seem to take a lot of design cues from the ASUS-manufactured Nexus 7.
And lastly is the ASUS MeMO Pad 8, which ASUS is calling “the world’s lightest 8-inch LTE tablet”. Also sporting dual speakers, this time on the rear of the device, the MeMO Pad 8 is a substantial jump from the 7-inch variant; with an 8-inch 1080p display and a 64-bit quadcore Intel Atom Z3580 clocked at 2.3GHz, the MeMO Pad 8 is a formidable tablet. Throw in some physical traits like a metal coated chassis and measuring only 7.3mm thick, and you have a very attractive device. Unfortunately, ASUS hasn’t yet explicitly mentioned availability or pricing for any of these devices, but that’s likely to come through soon.
Who would be interested in getting one of these three tablets? Is the fact they are 64-bit powered mean anything to you? Let us know what you think in the comments.