Mercury, one of the leading computer peripheral manufacturers, has announced its first Android Tablet in India dubbed as mTab, which runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread and runs on a 1.2 GHz triple-core processor. release of its tablet – the mTab – in India. Featuring a triple core processor, the mTab is capable of a variety of infotainment services from web access, email, videos, music, to games and e-books. The addition of optional 3G slot and an expandable memory slot up to 32GB makes it more desirable. At its price, and its 7-inch form factor.
It competes directly with the Beetel Magiq tablet released nearly two weeks ago.
The mTab is supposed to be low cost as it is priced at 9,499 INR.
mTab’s low price point and its significantly powerful 1.2GHz triple core processor give it an edge over its 800MHz counterparts. Also, the high speed processor is expected to boost the display performance and make the viewing experience a pleasure – of course, precise details about the CPU-GPU chipset and its performance will have to await our full review. The mTab runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread platform with 512MB RAM, and comes with 4GB built-in storage along with microSD slot expandable up to 32GB.
Adding support for Wi-Fi feature with IEEE 802.11b/g compliance and 3G connectivity using external USB dongle, the mTab offers specially customized 3G packages as a bundled add-on for free Internet browsing anywhere in the world. Sporting a 1.3MP front camera, the Mercury mTab supports video conferencing and recording, while also supporting about 4 hours of video playback on a single charge.
The tablet comes along with a 4000 mAh battery that is expected to offer more than other Android tablets in this segment and the tablet comes with a 1 year warranty. It is expected to hit the stores by September.
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