5 Best Tablet PCs in India Now

By SiliconIndia   |   Monday, 16 July 2012, 04:11 Hrs   |    9 Comments
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Bangalore: Gadget market in India is flourishing by leaps and bounds and one of the main players in this booming market is tablet PCs. Even though there is a bit of overcrowding when budget tablets are considered, but it’s true that customers are getting more inclined towards this new form of device. If you are planning to buy a tablet PC to fulfill all computing and entertaining needs then make sure that it sports the best functionalities and features. These selected tablets are available in India now and are the best ones in all terms.



5. iBerry Auxus AX02



Price: 9,990



iBerry Auxus AX02 is one of the cheapest Android 4.0 (ICS) running tablet which was launched in February, 2012. Auxus AX02 is powered by 1GHz processor, dual-core Mali graphics processor, 1 GB of DDR2 RAM and 4 GB of internal memory – expandable up to 32 GB with micro SD card. The tablet has a VGA (0.3 MP) front facing camera for video chats, 3 MP rear camera and 4000 mAh battery. It supports Wi-Fi, HDMI and 3G with USB dongle.



Pros: Affordable price tag and all the needed features. The capacitive touch screen works well. Presence of Android 4.0 (ICS) makes the device updated and advanced.



Cons: Screen brightness is not that impressive. The absence of Bluetooth is a sadness and apps crash often which is disappointing.



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Reader's comments(9)
1: Recently i have been hearing a lot about this NXG XTab pc which is the cheapest product. Xtab A9 plus Cortex A9 ,5 point capacitive, 1.5 GHz, HDMI, USB, Android 4.0 tablet @ rupee 6990/- only launched by NXG Electronics. Can you please suggest me whether or not i should book this tablet for me as i am really new to this tablet world.
Posted by:rihan - 24 Dec, 2012
2: Hi, My name is Badal I want to buy NXg Xtab A10 3G so please review the this product on your blog so I can refer and decide to buy the product.
Link for specification of Xtab A10 3G
http://nxgelectronics.in/specificationsxtaba10.3g.html
Posted by:Badal - 17 Dec, 2012
3: which is best tab? karbonn tab 2 or iberry ax01
Posted by:Biju - 02 Oct, 2012
4:
you parches only Samsung note 800.it is the best tab in this market and nothing problem.
Uttam kumar Replied to: Biju - 09 Nov, 2012
5: I got my Penta T-Pad 802C two, three days back & m loving it.. It has amazing 3G quality, I did video calling n it was great using it. It has GPS & Bluetooth which facilitate and ensures that I never lose my way on the streets. .!!It was worth taking a Tablet like this.. So grab it guys & dnt miss to buy such a wonderful tab at such an affordable price..:)
Posted by:shishir - 14 Sep, 2012
6: Blackberry Playbook 2.0 Review if you do not know. It doesnt have the facility of BBM app without being tethered to the BB phone. http://www.engadget.com/2012/02/23/blackberry-playbook-os-2-0-review/
Posted by:KCC - 20 Jul, 2012
7: Asus Transformer Prime: Speed is comparitive in Playbook and Ipad. Its too costly compared to its peers. And you dont need to buy it just because it has a keyboard. You can have a bluetooth keyboard and connect to any tablet now.
Posted by:KCC - 20 Jul, 2012
8: Blackberry playbook does not have BBM without the use of phone. Thats a major con. Playbook 2.0 OS has only solved the mail issue and not the BBM issue. From my understanding the major hurdle right now is that the playbook doesn't use RIM's datacentre and network infrastructure for it's connectivity and BBM Requires it. They would have to "open up" BBM to run over the internet and open protocols.

I believe it's coming for BB10. But until we get that on the Playbook, don't hold your breath.
Posted by:KCC - 20 Jul, 2012
9: Blackberry playbook does not have BBM without the use of phone. Thats a major con. Playbook 2.0 OS has only solved the mail issue and not the BBM issue. From my understanding the major hurdle right now is that the playbook doesn't use RIM's datacentre and network infrastructure for it's connectivity and BBM Requires it. They would have to "open up" BBM to run over the internet and open protocols.

I believe it's coming for BB10. But until we get that on the Playbook, don't hold your breath.
Posted by:KCC - 20 Jul, 2012

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