In a recent development, Singapore based tech vendor Kobian has unveiled it's new 3G calling tablet, dubbed as Mercury mTab7G. Reportedly, the device is 10.8 mm thick and weighs in at 300g, therefore can be categorized as a ultra-thin tablet. Further, Mercury mTab7G supports both 2G and 3G connectivity and as expected out of a calling tablet, comes with SIM card slot and an inbuilt microphone. Also the device comes with support for Wi-Fi.
The tablet which runs on Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich, is powered by a 1.2GHz Cortex A8 processor. 4GB of internal memory, expandable memory up to 32GB via microSD card. As for the screen size, the tablet comes with a 7 inch 800x480 pixel five-point multi-touch capacitive display. Moving on the camera comes with 2 MP rear camera with HD capability and VGA front facing camera. The tablet comes with a 2400 mAh battery, which is quite less for a 7 inch tablet.
The tablet comes pre-installed with several apps including KingSoft Office for editing MSOffice docs, and Spuul, a video streaming service, Adobe Flash 11.1 for running flash based content. Kobian Mercury mTab7G is to go on retail from May 25, at Rs 7,799. The tablet will come bundled with a tablet case cover, a keyboard, and a headset, worth Rs. 899.
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."