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There is no stopping for Samsung’s device launching fit. Samsung limbers up to launch a new Tablet PC into the booming market, the Galaxy Note 8, soon after it’s introduced at Mobile World Congress (MWC) this month. The device holds an 8-inch HD display screen. The screen resolution is 1280×800, which appears to be apt for an engrossing user experience.
The tablet is supposed to hit the stores in 3 look-a-like models. Internet connectivity front is the sole differentiator which will give them different price-tag entries. For internet, the basic model will support only Wi-Fi while the other two costlier variants will support (Wi-Fi + 3G) and (Wi-Fi + 3G + 4G) in price order. The tablet confines the indigenous Samsung Exynos Prcessor, clocked at 1.5 GHz. The Tab features the S Pen, just the same as it was with the senior Note versions.
Check out the other specifications of this upcoming Tab, bound to impress many.
|OS||Android v4.1 (JELLY BEAN)|
|Screen & Display||8 inch, HD Display, 1280×800 pixels|
|Processor||1.5 GHz Quad-Core Samsung Exynos Processor|
|RAM||2 GB DDRIII|
|Memory||16 GB/32 GB|
|Camera||5.0 MP (rear camera) with LED flash1.3 MP (front camera)|
|Battery||No info on this yet (will update very soon)|
*The price is not yet officially out, Rs 32000/- being the probable figure which may vary from the actual price. So, all we can do is wait until Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is actually released out there.
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HCL Me tablets have been doing fairly well over the past. But there is stifle competition in the budget category tablets in India, and hence given the scenario HCL brings a new entry to its portfolio and launches HCL Me U2. With this wow! pricing HCL also has many other features to offer through their new launch. This 7 inch Tab has a 1 GHz ARM Cortex A9 processor with 1 GB RAM to assist. Then there is 4 GB internal memory for your data which can be expanded up to 32 GB. Good News: Unlike previous HCL ME tablet models; HCL ME Y3 supports Google Play.
Find the list of other intriguing features in the HCL Me U2:
|OS||Android v4.0.4 (Ice Cream Sandwitch)|
|Screen & Display||7 inch, WVGA multi touch capacitive screen, 800×480 pixels|
|Processor||1 GHz ARM Cortex A9 processor.|
|RAM||1 GB DDR|
|Memory||4 GB internal and expandable up to 32 GB|
|Camera||0.3 MP (front camera)|
|Connectivity||Wi-Fi, dongle support (3G/2G)|
|Battery||3000mAh Li-Polymer Battery|
The Tab is still to flood the market as it’s slowly and strategically coming out of the factories. But it is just the matter of time and the wait for this attractive device is numbered. Check out the other HCL ME models and also the market leader Micromax’s Funbook.
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Tablets less than Rs 5000!
Well, the need for tablets in this price segment in India has given rise to products which can cater to this demand with modest features and easy availability.
Here is a comparison table, compiled by our team at My Tablet Guru, to help you understand the features offered by the different tablets available in this price segment.
Note:- Table was last updated on 23rd Oct, 2015.
|1) Spice Mi-710 & Mi-730||
|2) iBall Slide Q40i||
|3) Micromax Funbook Infinity||
|4) UbiSlate Series||
|5) Simmtronics XPAD X-720||
|6) Lenovo Tab 2 A7-10||
|7) Ambrane D-77 Ultra Slim||
|8) Milagrow MGPT07DX
|9) Go Tech FunTab
|10) Penta T-Pad WS704DX||
Tablet below Rs 5000. To clinch each segment even world wide manufacturer are coming with under budget tablets. Now, Lenovo has its tablet which cost under 5000 . But at last most of the brands are chinese and when it comes to chinese service always suffers.
The tablet brand listed here have a good standing in the Indian market and it is also easy for you to find the service centers in your town itself if the tablet broke down. These tablet are made keeping the India need in mind. Even in this price range all the tablet support a SIM card, so that one can have access to the internet even in the remotest locations where WiFi connections are not available.
Now in 2015, you can choose voice calling tablets under the range of Rs. 5000 which are Spice Mi-730, Penta T-Pad WS704DX. After the launch of Videcon VA81M Dual SIM voice calling tablets the immediate response from its competitors were Spice Mi-730 and Penta T-Pad WS704DX which bears same specification as of Videocon VA81M. Only Penta T-Pad WS704DX comes with better RAM configuration i.e. of 1 GB when compared to other two.
Apart from the price which makes these tablets desirable, most of the tablet pc under Rs 5000 come with a very modest configuration. They meet the basic requirement of most customers with a single core processor and a RAM ranging from 256 to 512 Mb. They are good for browsing purposes as all of them are equipped with a Wi-fi card and come with a SIM card slot to allow users connectivity through mobile operators in absence of any other sources.
They can give the owner, the satisfaction of owning a tablet that meets their needs without having to spend huge sums of money for tablets that support applications and features that are of no use to them.
All these factors put together are making this segment of tablets sell like hot cakes in the Indian market.
And with the future still open for the scope for better and improved tablet features and reliability, you can expect more to come in this exciting price range of tablets.
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When we are talking about tablets, it is the operating system that will decide what tablet we should go with. But it’s not just operating system, but a group of features packed into one component that will do the judgement. While, Windows 8 is supposed to be the new kid on the block, ready to challenge the neighbourhood’s old bully. On the other hand, Google’s Android OS has been into market since many years, gaining popularity. Let’s see the comparison between the two and which tablet beats the other:
Tablets since their introduction, just seem to be getting better and better regarding all the aspects such as advanced apps, better processing speed and a larger memory but one area that seems to be taking a beating is the battery backup of the device. Advancement in the device technology is indirectly proportional to the it’s battery life. So here are a few tips and tricks on how to enhance your battery life for a better performance of the tablet.