NATPC brings to you the Primetab 7" tablet loaded with Android Ice Cream Sandwich at price that is nearly a quarter of those available from Samsung or Motorola.
If you looking to venture into the world of tablet computing and don't want to opt for an expensive tablet yet which might dig a big hole in your wallet, then the NATPC Primetab is the ideal choice for an initial tab.
Powered by the A10 1.2GHz processor and 512MB of RAM, the 7" tablet is definitely not a slow tablet given the price. Loaded with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system, the tablet is quite smooth and intuitive in operation. Graphics processing is being taken care by the Mali 400 MHz processor.
When it comes to display, the 5 point multi touch capacitive touchscreen provides a 800x480 resolution. It might not be the top of the range display but, given the price and the resolution, it should do just fine for starters. The internal 4GB of storage is again not on the ‘great' end of the storage spectrum but, the expandability option with a MicroSD card (up to 16GB) is definitely a catch.
The PrimeTab is Wi-Fi enabled thus allowing you to connect to the Internet and get on with social networking through Facebook, read ebooks through Kindle, Play MP3s, Watch videos and do a lot more.
You can always have this tablet 3G enabled but, for this you will need a HUAWEI E1750 Dongle that is available separately. The tablet is equipped with 0.3mp front facing camera.
The NATPC Primatab 4GB 7" Android Ice Cream Sandwich Tablet is available from Amazon for £49.99.