Intex iTab – Features and Price

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The tablet market in the price range of Rs.15,000/- or less is hotting up with the Micromax funbook, Ainol Novo 7 and Zync to name a few. At this time Intex has entered the market with its new tablet priced reasonably at Rs.11,900/-. Can Intex attract buyers in this category with the features offered is what remains to be seen.

Design

The tablet looks sophisticated even in its modest pricing with front matte steel finish and a silver lining between the screen and the bezel in an otherwise complete black look. The back though is glossy which can behave like a magnet to fingerprints if not regularly cleaned. A matte finish at the back would have been preferred. The Screen is 8 inches which makes it an attractive option considering that the competition tablets in this price range are mostly 7 inches.

Features

VGA camera in front to accompany the 8 inch capacitive touchscreen with a G-Sensor and a resolution of 800X600 pixels. The permanent icon of a tower depicting the tablet’s wi-fi capabilities would be better had it not been there. The connectivity options are all located on the right of the tablet. A USB slot, a mini USB slot, micro SD card slot, 3.5 mm headphone jack, power slot, Reset slot, microHDMI,  microphone and power ON button. All these are on a single side. The only keys that are not on this side are the volume keys and menu button, which are on the top. The speaker is located at the back. The weight of the tablet is 457 grams which makes it ease to hold and use, both in portrait and landscape orientation as the weight distribution is equal. Another point worth mentioning is that even though the iTab is predominantly made of plastic it does not creak in your hand as some other plastic gadgets do and that too with a reasonable amount of pressure which may be applied while working on it.

All in all, the Intex iTab is a good value for money buy.

Bhanu Prataphttps://www.technutty.com
Right from childhood have been a technology buff. As a child used to take a screw driver and open all of my toys just to see what ticks inside them. My parents once got me a wooden rocking horse with just four wheels and nothing else to open, thinking that they would finally get some rest. Next day the wheels were being removed to check the shaft principle used in the making. This craziness just stuck with me as I grew up and got interested in all the latest technological marvels that just keep springing up everyday. Used to blow all of pocket money just to keep myself updated with the latest walkman, which was one of the most interesting inventions paving the way for modern mp3 players and other portable music devices which are much more than just music devices now. This site is just a step to ease that geek in me. To share and let you share the latest gadgets, news and anything related to technology. Lets enjoy this feeling together.

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