The mTab NEO 2 supports 3G SIM cads for voice and data. The tablet features a dialer as well, but for audio you’ll have to either switch to speaker or wear the provided headset. You also get Wi-Fi b/g and Bluetooth onboard. Browsing the web is not the best on this due to a unresponsive and dull screen. The tablet is not very fast so rendering a image heavy page takes time. Typing using the onscreen keyboard is manageable as long as you hold the tablet in portrait mode. In landscape mode, the keys are stretched which makes it very awkward to use. USB OTG works with pen drives but not with portable hard drives.
Web browsing is a pretty poor experience
The camera is just for show
This was taken in a lightbox, so yeah...
Updated 19 May, 2013, 5:16 pm IST
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