Asus ZenPad C first impressions, Antutu, camera samples

My night was not complete at the recent Asus ZenPad launch without some testing of all of the 3 ZenPads there at the venue. I'll gonna start first with their most affordable so far in the line-up, the Asus ZenPad C.

The front has VGA front camera with 7 inch WSVGA display and Asus logo. The back has the 2 MP rear camera with Asus logo. What is common to the ZenPad design language is comparable to a lady's handbag. 

3.5 mm. audio jack at the top, micro USB port for data and charging and pin hole mic at the bottom

Nothing at the left as the right side has the volume rocker, power/unlock button and a flap cover which contains dual regular SIM slots and micro SD slot.

Good thing that the Asus Zenpad C box was also there at the venue.


The typical ZenUI that we know esp. for those who are holding an Asus Zenfone right now.


The camera module.


I'm also curious on the Intel Atom X3 that they put in this tablet and to give an idea, I ran an Antutu which registered at over 25,000 (unverified). Another plus - the device has unified storage based on what I saw at the storage area.


I also brought in some camera samples:

Asus Zenpad C 2 MP rear camera sample

Asus Zenpad C VGA front camera sample

First impressions: I'm impressed by this budget edition of the Asus ZenPad. The display quality is as ok as the Asus MemoPad for this year that I previously reviewed. The rear cam is also good enough for it's price. Some things that I have to watch out if the +Php 1,000 difference of ZenPad C (for the additional call, text and mobile surf and a bit better performance based on Antutu) will be justifiable against this year's MemoPad.

Asus Zenpad C is now available in Asus stores and authorized retailers for Php 5,995

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August 1, 2015

Asus ZenPad C first impressions, Antutu, camera samples

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My night was not complete at the recent Asus ZenPad launch without some testing of all of the 3 ZenPads there at the venue. I'll gonna start first with their most affordable so far in the line-up, the Asus ZenPad C.

The front has VGA front camera with 7 inch WSVGA display and Asus logo. The back has the 2 MP rear camera with Asus logo. What is common to the ZenPad design language is comparable to a lady's handbag. 

3.5 mm. audio jack at the top, micro USB port for data and charging and pin hole mic at the bottom

Nothing at the left as the right side has the volume rocker, power/unlock button and a flap cover which contains dual regular SIM slots and micro SD slot.

Good thing that the Asus Zenpad C box was also there at the venue.


The typical ZenUI that we know esp. for those who are holding an Asus Zenfone right now.


The camera module.


I'm also curious on the Intel Atom X3 that they put in this tablet and to give an idea, I ran an Antutu which registered at over 25,000 (unverified). Another plus - the device has unified storage based on what I saw at the storage area.


I also brought in some camera samples:

Asus Zenpad C 2 MP rear camera sample

Asus Zenpad C VGA front camera sample

First impressions: I'm impressed by this budget edition of the Asus ZenPad. The display quality is as ok as the Asus MemoPad for this year that I previously reviewed. The rear cam is also good enough for it's price. Some things that I have to watch out if the +Php 1,000 difference of ZenPad C (for the additional call, text and mobile surf and a bit better performance based on Antutu) will be justifiable against this year's MemoPad.

Asus Zenpad C is now available in Asus stores and authorized retailers for Php 5,995

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