Battle between the Apple iPad Mini versus Asus Low-Cost ZenPad Z8

Asus newest budget-friendly tablet – ZenPad Z8 will cost you just $249.99 much lower price than the Apple iPad Mini 4 that cost $399.

The Asus ZenPad Z8 tablet is available via Verizon Wireless. This device is ready for LTE network in the U.S.

Additionally, this tablet is cellular-ready and runs with the latest Android version the M or also known as the Marshmallow Operating System. The iPad Mini 4 is cellular-ready as well however this version starts at $529 reported by PC world.

Inside of the Asus ZenPad Z8 tablet

Battle between the Apple iPad Mini versus Asus Low-Cost ZenPad Z8
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Inside of the Z8 is a six-core Snapdragon 650 chip which is aiming to compete and might even surpass the A8 chip of the iPad Mini 4. Also an Adreno 510 graphic processor which developed to process 4k resolution video without having any issues, Enztarz reported.

In addition, the ZenPad Z8 has a microSD card slot to expand the memory and two cameras a 2MP for front and 8MP for main shooter.

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On the other hand, Asus ZenPad Z8 tablet does meet the iPad Mini 4 in almost all factors. Benson Lin Asus Vice President and General Manager for mobile communications is confident about the potential of the new ZenPad Z8 tablet.

The ZenPad Z8 will deliver a remarkable feature set and high-end specs to Verizon consumer at a low-cost price. Lin mentioned that they are thrilled to start their relationship with the Verizon and for gadget users to experience the ZenPad Z8.

 

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