All Cheap Android ICS Tablets in India

By SiliconIndia   |   Thursday, 10 May 2012, 03:20 Hrs   |    14 Comments
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Bangalore: The Indian market has witnessed lots of low cost tablets from the past one year. You can choose tablets ranged between 5000 to sub 10000, which are running on Google’s latest Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system. Here are the cheapest Android 4.0 ICS tablets in India which you can buy right now.



1. Attitude Daksha



Price: 5,399



Attitude Daksha tablet features 7 inch capacitive five point touchscreen, is powered by 1.2 GHz ARM Cortex A8 processor and 512 MB DDR3 RAM. It has a HDMI port, Micro SD slot, 3.5 mm audio out, Micro USB port and having OTG connector for 3G Dongle and RJ 45lAN cable. It is also capable of 1080p full HD video streaming and has dedicated 400 MHz GPU for advanced flash Apps, Interactive Apps and full HD videos.



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1: I want buy how can i buy.?
Posted by:Deepanshu - 15 Oct, 2012
2: i like a Attitude Daksha tab,plz.,send mail-krishna_charjan@yahoo.co.in
Posted by:krishna - 10 Aug, 2012
3: After a long wait for the Aakash tablet that I pre-booked from their website, which i never ever received. I found this new BaSlate 7SCH from www.baslate.com. Its super cool for the price.
Posted by:Manju - 30 Jul, 2012
4: Droitab is getting launched with 5 Models in their Portfolio. All are capacitive touch with pretty compettitive rates in the market. Believe me, I won't call it cheap but "inexpensive for the right quality"

"Buy the right tablet, the very first time, with great quality"

DroiTab D01 : 7 inch Android 4.0 Tablet Capacitive Screen (Black, White).

Check this out: http://www.4g-products.com/DroiTab-D01.html.

The DroiTab D-01 includes Android 4.0 and uses a capacitive touch screen. Capacitive screens only respond to your fingertips. They are very responsive and sensitive, which doesn't mean that resistive screens are not responsive. The capacitive screens make it very easier to navigate the different menus and make selections.

This Tablet runs on a superior Cortex A9 1Ghz processor with 512MB RAM and 4GB internal storage. Includes standard features such as built-in wi-fi, Ethernet and USB connectivity, built in speakers, and headphone jack.Micro SD slot is also there for upgrading availabe storage up to an additional 32GB. Download 1000's of apps using Google Marketplace, surf the internet, check email and more.

The detailed specifications are below :

* Chip: Allwinner (Boxchip) A10 Cortex A8 1.2GHz.
* 16:9 Display: 7-inch 800*480-pixel resolution.
* Storage: 4GB.
* DDR3: 512MB.
* Sensors: G-sensor.
* Wireless and Cellular: Wi-Fi (802.11 a/b/g/n).
* Support for 3G dongles and Ethernet with adapter.
* Video formats supported: All formats up to 1080p.
* Front facing (used for webcam) camera, Photos, and Video Recording: VGA up to 30 fps with audio; 1.3M-quality still camera.
* Power and Battery: Built-in 2300mAh rechargeable lithium battery.
* Input/Output: USB port / Mini USB port / HDMI output / 3.5-mm stereo headphone jack.
* Built-in speaker / Microphone / Micro SD card slot.

TelcoMerchants.com
Posted by:Telco Merchants - 05 Jul, 2012
5: U r true Dhaval.
Posted by:Suren - 24 May, 2012
6: do people really buy such low cost tablets. If I want to buy a tablet it is like a style statement, so I will go for iPad or samsung tab not such crap cheap tab
Posted by:vsm - 10 May, 2012
7:
behenchod back chod
ihateu Replied to: vsm - 04 Jul, 2012
8:
ppl doesnt know how to use TAB or to fully utilize the device wat they buy... they jus buy for style statement as they have money :).... crazy world
vinay Replied to: vsm - 25 Jun, 2012
9:
ya. U r right
ambu Replied to: vinay - 29 Jun, 2012
10:
style statement? are you crazy? the other day i saw a guy wearing dirty clothes who looked like a construction worker carrying a tablet in the Metro, he was watching some bihari movie on it. i couldn't make out the brand though
Salhin Replied to: vsm - 12 Jun, 2012
11:
bihari ne teri maa chodi hai kya teri bahan ki chut
govind Replied to: Salhin - 26 Jun, 2012
12:
apne maa ke chut mar..badwe sale kute hram ke pille..
tera baap Replied to: govind - 12 Sep, 2012
13:
^^^Not all can afford to spend 30,000 rupees for an electronic gadget that is just for entertainment. Not all are born filthy rich. Idiot.
Dhaval Replied to: vsm - 18 May, 2012
14:
^^^Not all can afford to spend 30,000 rupees for an electronic gadget that is just for entertainment. Not all are born filthy rich. Idiot.
Dhaval Replied to: vsm - 18 May, 2012

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