« Apple launches iTunes 11
RIM unveils new phone for BlackBerry 10 testing »

Byond launches Mi Book L9 tablet 9inch Android tablet for Rs. 8,500

|November 30 2012 |Product Launch, New Product, Affordable Tablets


There is a new entry in the tablet market of India from Byond. Company has launched a 9 inch Mi-Book L9 tablet for Rs. 8,500. It is a large screen tablet from the company featuring 9 inch screen display with Android Ice Cream Sandwich version 4.0. This tablet is for the multi-purpose users, you can actually use it as a notebook too with an external keyboard. It is a medium range tablet from Byond targeted for the low cost tablet buyers of the country. It is having 8GB internal storage with 1.2GHz cortex processor.

Mi Book l9 tabletCredit - ThinkDigit



Features of Byond Mi Book L9 Android tablet are listed below –
  • It is running on Android Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0 version

  • There is a 1.2GHz cortex processor with 512MB of DDR3 RAM memory

  • It is having 8GB of internal memory storage with expendable to 32GB with microSD card.

  • There is a 9inch capacitive touch screen display with 800*480 pixel resolution in this device.

  • There is a 0.3 MP front camera in this device.

  • It is having HDMI full HD, 3G dongle, 3.5MM audio jack, 3G and WiFi for connectivity options.

  • It is powered with 6000 mAh with better stand by time.


From the features of this device it looks like it is having simple hardware and software features. But if you are thinking to buy it then do compare it with other tablets available in the country using 91Mobiles tablet finder. But it is surely launched in the category of cheap tablets in India, as it looks like from the price. You might face some problems while operating it with some cool hardware accelerating applications because of low RAM memory. Let us know if you are going to buy it or not in the comments.

Subscribe to our newsletter
GO
Follow Us

Popular Reviews

  • Putting the Lenovo Moto G4 Plus through our review grind
    Putting the Lenovo Moto G4 Plus through our review grind
    We take a comprehensive look at the first Moto smartphone to carry Lenovo branding
  • OPPO F1 Plus vs iPhone 6s vs Nexus 6P: fastest fingerprint first
    OPPO F1 Plus vs iPhone 6s vs Nexus 6P: fastest fingerprint first
    We compared the fingerprint sensors on these phones to spot the fastest and got the results on tape as proof
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 vs Lenovo ZUK Z1 vs LeEco Le 1s Eco vs MEIZU m3 note
    Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 vs Lenovo ZUK Z1 vs LeEco Le 1s Eco vs MEIZU m3 note
    Wondering which smartphone to go for in the VFM segment? You're at the right place
Top Mobiles