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Advertorial: The consumer is spoilt for choice when it comes to tablet PCs. There are, however, those products that can be distinguished from the crowd, owing to their rich features and affordable pricing. With the launch of LAVA eTab Z7H and LAVA eTab Z7H , the brand has established itself as a front runner in the race for best small-sized tablets.
The Lava range of eTabs, consisting of the eTab Z7H and the eTab Z7H , are great for watching videos, playing games, browsing the Internet and running the plethora of apps available on the Google Play store. Running on a powerful 1GHz Cortex-A8 processor and 512MB of RAM, the devices use Android v4.0.3 (ICS) OS.
The front of the Lava eTab houses a single speaker that is positioned on the left of the display (when held in landscape mode). Loud and clear, the speaker ensures minimal muffling and quality audio output even in crowded surroundings.
For staying in touch with family and friends, the Lava eTab offers a front facing 0.3MP camera for video chatting. The tablet also supports 802.11B/G Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity via a dongle ensuring that you stay connected wherever you go.
The Lava eTab has ample built in storage at 4GB, and those of you who would like to load the device with a lot of multimedia content can expand the storage up to 32GB via a microSD card. The tablet is more than capable of handling not only the apps from the Play store, but also multitasking, courtesy the 1 GHz processor and 512MB of RAM. Thanks to the power under the hood, the eTab plays all forms of audio and video content, be it MP4, MKV, MOV and more. With the vast storage capacity, and video format support, you can carry your entire movie library with you wherever you go! The 2800mAh battery ensures that the device gives users a good battery life.
To offer utmost value for money, the eTabs have been pre-loaded with a lot of bundled content. 14 books, including Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam’s Envisioning an Empowered Nation, Word Power and Dhiru Bhai Ambani’s Biography to name a few are available straight out of the box on the tablet. LAVA has also partnered with Meritnation and offers free Vedic math’s content and a discount of Rs 750/- on any of meritnation.com package. And of course, LAVA did not forget about entertainment; in partnership with HUNGAMA.COM, consumers can enjoy “Ready” and an option to download 6 more movies for free. To top it off there also are exciting preloaded games, absolutely free of cost.
The eTabs, quite evidently, enjoy a considerable fan following. Loyalists have expressed their satisfaction with the product on various review sites. We have included some interesting excerpts below.
“Preloaded content = awesome. Lets u start experiencing the tab from the very first time u switch it on.”“Touch response = super smooth.”“Unbeatable pricing.”“Excellent video output playback”“Most value for money”
“Preloaded content = awesome. Lets u start experiencing the tab from the very first time u switch it on.”
“Touch response = super smooth.”
“Excellent video output playback”
“Most value for money”