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Numerous ASUS MeMo Pad 7 cases on release

ASUS has finally released their MeMo Pad 7 in the US, which as you may already know is a cheaper alternative to those who are unable to afford the Nexus 7. The current price for the new budget tablet is just $149, so you will be happy to know that the cost of accessories will reflect this as well, as it’s not worth having a cheaper tablet and then having to pay an arm and a leg for its accessories.

There are already numerous ASUS MeMo Pad 7 cases to choose from, which is good because you will want to protect your new tablet from the start. First up we have the leather case and cover, which not only offers protection for your MeMo 7, but also gives it a premium look at the same time. However, the $12.95 price is not premium.

If you are looking for something a little more than just a case, then might we suggest the Slim Folio Book Shell stand and case for the MeMo Pad 7. This accessory just comes in the one color, black, but at the same price as the case above, we have to say this is a great bargain.

Next up we have the GraphGrip case by Poetic, which adds even more protection for your ASUS MeMo Pad 7 than the two above. This is because of its durable silicone design, which also gives you extra grip, ideal if you are playing a game on the device and you get over-excited. There is a choice of five colors, and the case will cost you $19.95.

The final case we though we would show you for the MeMo Pad 7 is the Universal 7 inch Tablet Case, as this can be used for a multitude of 7-inch tablets. The book style design is simple, yet functional, and at $14.99, it isn’t going to break the bank.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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