Anticipation for a low-budget Tablet comes to a stand still
The Tablet runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean Operating System and has a display of 7 inches with 1024×600 pixels resolution. The display supports 10 – point multi touch display with LED back lights. The Tablet is powered by 1GHz single – core CPU and a Mali 400 GPU for faster web browsing and splendid gaming experience. 7 hours back up will be provided by the 4270 mAh battery. The consumer can choose between the two available internal storage capacity options – 8GB and 16GB. The memory can be expanded to 32 GB, via micro SD card. The Tablet has 1GB RAM. It has 1MP front camera (primary) with back illuminated sensor, capable of recording 720p HD resolution videos. But it lacks a secondary camera.
Another feature of this low budget Tablet is its 5GB of cloud storage with Asus web storage. the Tablet has wi – fi connectivity (3G connectivity is expected). It also has micro USB port and 3.5mm headphone jack. The dimensions of the Tablet is 196.2×119.2×11.2 mm and it weighs only 370 grams. It has so many inbuilt applications such as Asus WebStorage Online Office, SuperNoteLite etc.
This is out and out an Android experience that incorporates easy access to the Google Play store, ebooks, social networking and web browsing. The budget Tablet is available in three different colour variations- Titanium Grey, Sugar White and Cherry pink. The highlight of this device is the light weighted price tag it carries- approximately 150 USD (i.e., nearly 8000/- Indian rupees). The budget Tablet is expected to be available in markets from this April onwards.
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