Ridiculous. That’s all i can say. I can’t believe they made this, how can they make something like this? How is that even viable for a company? it’s not like consumers care though, all they want is everything for free. This is as close to free as it could get.
This is ridiculous value for money. That’s what i meant. You thought i meant ridiculous as in a bad way, didn’t you? of course not. It doesn’t matter how cheaply this tablet is built. It doesn’t matter if it’s screen is of only 7 inches. What matters is that it comes with full Windows 8.1 at such a bargain price. Like i said in my unboxing video, “it’s like you bought a license for original Microsoft Windows 8.1 Single Language and got a tablet free with it”.
Full Windows is type of an OS that gets the work done. You can edit full projects on it with Microsoft Office and you can do more on web than you can do with any other ‘Tablet OS’ available in the market. That’s the benefit of it. In a way, for only 5,000 Rupees you are getting full desktop in your hands.
It comes with around 5GB of storage out of 16GB and you can expand it with micro SD card. It supports USB OTG you so can connect pen drives to it. It also has a mini HDMI port built in with which you can connect it to your TV or any other type of display with HDMI input.
Rest of the specs includes, quad-core Intel Atom Z3735G processor, 1GB of RAM, 2MP back camera and VGA front facing camera, 3200 mAh battery, Bluetooth 4.0, 3G data support via 3G Dongle. Windows 8.1 up-gradable to Windows 10 when the update is available and 1 year subscription of Microsoft Office 365 Personal version. What more could you ask for under 5,000 Rupees? It is also most possibly the cheapest Windows 8.1 Tablet in the world.
You will also get some free goodies with it like three hard cases, a mini HDMI cable, a pouch and it also comes with a screen protector installed. You can see that in the photos and unboxing video below.