We did our standard benchmarks on the tablet to find out if this tablet can beat others in the single-core 1 GHz processor-based category. AnTuTu scored 4289, Quadrant scored 2118 and Nenamark2 gave a score of 18.9 fps. On the Linpack test we witnessed scores of 26.607 MFLOPS and 32.607 MFLOPS in single-thread and multi-thread runs respectively. Comparing the scores to the other single core tablets, the Ideatab performs almost 30-percent faster than the rest—thanks to the higher capacity RAM featured here.
Rear camera with the panel that houses the SIM cards and SD slot
Display and media
As we mentioned above, the display is a regular 7-inch TFT panel with a resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels. The display reproduces good colours, while sharpness and the brightness levels are good too. The viewing angle is the same as with all standard display panels—one side (in this case, the top) tends to darken and go negative after a slight tilt or change in angle. Overall, the display performance is good enough and watching videos and photos are enjoyable.
Volume rocker and I/O interface
The device can play back most formats out of the box. But as usual, we recommend using a third party app such as MX player or MoboPlayer for a higher format compatibility and additional control features. We did notice that 720p videos were jittery and losing frames in between making the video almost unwatchable. 1080p videos were almost non-playable with a video and audio lag. If you plan to opt for this tablet, make sure you encode the videos to match the display resolution for a pleasurable experience. The stereo speakers are pretty good, loud and have a good audio quality. Watching standard onboard and streaming videos are good enough for a small crowd.
Stock home launcher
Quite a few free apps pre-installed
Updated 20 Jun, 2013, 9:13 am IST
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