Kobian has unveiled its new tablet, dubbed the Mercury mTab7G. The ultra-thin tablet has a thickness of 10.8 mm, weighs in at 300 g and supports both 2G and 3G connectivity. Much like the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2, the mTAB7G allows voice calling through the SIM cards. The tablet comes with a handsfree headset with an inbuilt mic, thus allowing users to use the tablet as their primary mobile phone.
Under the hood, the mTab7G is powered by a 1.2GHz processor based on Cortex A8. It runs on Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich. For connectivity, other than the SIM card slot, the tablet has Wi-Fi capabilities. It has 4GB of internal memory, which is expandable up to 32GB using the microSD card slot.
The Mercury mTAB7G
Both the front and back side of the tablet have cameras, and the rear camera has HD recording. The tablet also comes with Adobe Flash 11.1 installed, which allows users to view flash-based content on websites. The Mercury mTab 7G comes with preloaded apps, including Kingsoft’s office suite and Spuul, which is a streaming service that allows streaming of Indian movies and TV shows.
Sushmita Das, Country Manager of India at Kobian, said "Our latest mTab is designed for the people of all ages. The Mercury mTab7G aims to synergize work and entertainment in your palm. What makes us different is that we make Technology affordable and bring the product loaded with features to the masses."
The mTab7G is set to cost Rs 7,799. It will be hitting store shelves on May 25 and will come with a manufacturer's warranty for one year.
Published Date: May 20, 2013 12:19 pm | Updated Date: May 20, 2013 12:19 pm