Going by the usual norm, when a device has been especially crafted for women, design elements and aesthetics are given much importance. The boring colours are washed off, to make way for brighter, vivid hues, and the device is portrayed to exhibit how simple and handy it could be for a lady. In the recent times of the tablet-era, we came across the home-brewed Milagrow tablet dubbed the TabTop, posing as a tablet built for women. As the Milagrow Tabtop (MGPT02) for women reaches our labs, read on to know if its the usual pink-clad girlie device or has umpteen reasons for a tech-imbued lass to include as her armour.
Target'ted at women
On video: Milagrow TabTop
The front side of the tablet has a VGA camera taking the center position, while the Menu button, Back key, Volume controls and power/screen sleep switch run along upper edge. The 2 MP camera and speaker are cut out on the back while the right edge has control functions like rest pin hole, 2 mini-USB ports (one host USB), power jack and microSD card slot. The build quality appears to be sturdy, although one can’t escape noticing the plastic back flap (not removable). The included earphones are quite mediocre and don’t have the soft eartips. The company has included a stylus to navigate using the resistive screen. Disappointingly, you will need to carry the black mini pen (with orange tip) shaped stylus separately as the company doesn't provide any space within the device to carry the stylus. The clumsy ones, may fret losing it.
Special UI for women
This fancy looking tablet runs on Android 2.3.2. The room has a shelf with the Android Logo, the logo will take you the usual Android 2.3 home screens. You will also find an applications icon, which will take you to all the applications (numerous apps come built-in with the device).
Updated 21 May, 2013, 4:26 pm IST
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