Disappointingly, the iBerry tablet does come with a primary camera. We haven’t seen low to mid-end tablets deliver well on this front. For iBerry, probably it’s better to not embed one, than rope in one that gives a mediocre performance. The front VGA camera doesn’t bring in an efficient performance either, but you can indulge in some video conference, even if taking snapshots has been given a miss.
Sleek and good looking
The iBerry tablet equips a 3600 mAH battery, which ensures video viewing for about 5 hours as promised. However, we tested it with a low-res video file and at about average use, it should run for about a day.
To begin with, the iBerry BT07i does a good job with a price of Rs.7,990 attached to it. The build quality and performance is good, its simple and straightforward to use and it's nice to see a sub 10K tablet come with a capacitive screen, which is quick to respond and offers support for full HD. If you could let go the slight stutter and the missing primary camera, we think the iBerry BT70i will make for a good pick. If you are looking for a tablet under 10k, you can definitely consider the iBerry B107i.
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