We did not manage to find out the rating of the battery within this tablet. But as per the manufacturer, the claim is around 8 – 10 hours of Internet usage using the Wi-Fi or 3G mode. We did run a continuous loop of a standard definition video until the battery died and got the tablet to entertain us for almost five hours at a stretch. Using the tablet for standard use such as Internet browsing, casual gaming and music will give you around an hour or two more depending on the type of application in use. Overall, the tablet clocked standard usage time as expected from a device this size.
Decent dispay viewing angles, smooth user interface
Verdict and Price in India
With many budget tablets sporting dual-core processors with a cheaper price tag, we do feel that at Rs 14000, this tablet will have to face the storm out there. But if you are searching for a branded tablet with SIM-based 3G support, a good build quality and decent performance, this one stands out a bit different from the rest. Though the price tag is a bit too high for just a single core packed in, the gain is on the extra internal storage, higher RAM capacity and DUAL SIM 3G option. We could recommend this tablet if you are looking for a product that will last you a longer time, has a good after sales support and definitely the possibility of a Jelly Bean operating system update in the near future. However for the present price, we feel it is a bit too high.
Updated 19 Jun, 2013, 9:20 pm IST
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