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ZenFocus Offers New Tablet With Expandable RAM

November 19 2012 By sunil|New Product, Product Launch, Android, Android Tablets

ZenFocus, an asset and service management company, is trying its hand in the tablet market. It has entered the market offering a novel 7-inch tablet. The device is christened myZenTAB 708B. This entry tablet comes with 7-inch capacity touch screen, sporting 5 point touch and providing a display resolution of 800 x 400 pixels.

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myZenTAB 708B tablet is powered by Boxchip A13 chipset and is supported by Mali-400 graphics processor unit too. It is equipped with 512 MB DDR3 RAM. It also comes with an external memory expansion support for additional 3GB of RAM, Android OS 4.03 and a Flash 11.1.

Further, this tab is equipped with a front camera of 0.3 megapixel and an external support of USB mouse and keyboard. It also supports 3G dongle meant for 3G network access. It has built-in WiFi b/g/n and offers internal storage of 4GB.

By the way, what about the price? Well, it costs Rs 5,999, and is now made available at Snapdeal.com and Carrefour Cash and Carry stores in India. There are other dealers and distributors too selling the product. You can check out at your nearest stores.

The company claims that the tab is meant for both professional and layman users.

Apart from the expandable RAM, it doesn't look to have anything special and the pricing is almost the same as it is seen with tabs offered in the market by Micromax and Karbonn. The build quality of the tab is anonymous.

All said and done, the bottom line is, are you ready to buy this tablet? Do put your views.

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