Friday, 27 July 2012

Micromax to Release 10.1 inch Funbook Tablet, Specs and First Impressions

We are all well acquainted with the fact that the Indian handset maker Micromax is all about providing new age technology at a dirt cheap price. Nowhere else you will get an android smartphone for 4-5K or an Android driven tablet for as low as 6K. And latest entrant to the already gigantic list of entities is the Funbook Pro which happens to be a 10.1 inch tablet running the Android ICS 4.0. Some deem it to be the extension of the super successful Funbook tablet that the company launched a while ago.

Let’s have a detailed look at the hardware specifications of the tablet:
As it is clear from the name that the tablet will be 10.1 inch in size and as far as the display is concerned the TFT LCD screen will be having a 1024x600p resolution with multi-touch facility, of course.

Now, if we turn our heed towards the CPU and RAM of the tab we find that the tablet has been packed with lightening fast 1.2GHz Cortex A-8 processor, which is well complimented by a 1 GB RAM. This combination is as lethal as it looks.

The 8GB of storage capacity might make some eyebrows arch but the 32GB expansion capacity truly makes amend for the relatively small inbuilt storage.

For those who are interested in adding face to the conversation, the Funbook will be having a VGA camera on the front side of the body. So are surely not going to miss on that either.

It has been told in the beginning that the Tablet will be running on the latest Android OS the ICS 4.0.3. The tablet is loaded with various study materials called “Edutainment”.  So both the fun and the learn elements are properly kept intact. The price, till now, has not been brought to light but trade pundits expect it to be somewhere between 7.5 to 9.9K.

Other features are not disclosed by now, but the above mentioned specs are ample evidence that the tablet will create some hullabaloo in the domestic market, some real uproar.

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