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Lava has launched the E-Tab Z7H, a 7-inch budget ICS tablet, priced at Rs. 5,899.
The company hopes to compete with the host of other budget ICS tablets in the market, with its support for a majority of 3G dongles, a bouquet of content, and its Flick technology.
Lava Mobiles says the E-Tab Z7H is the first of a series of strategically priced tablets. It runs Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich on a 1.2GHz Cortex-A8 processor, along with 512MB of RAM. It features a 7-inch 800x480 capacitive multi-touchs display, Wi-Fi and USB connectivity, a 3.5mm jack, a G-sensor, and built-in storage of 4GB, along with microSD expandability up to 32GB.
The Lava E-Tab Z7H weighs in at 350 grams, and features the following dimensions: 122x204x11.9mm. It features a 2,800 mAh battery, which is rated to deliver up to 5 hours of browsing life. Lava has bundled a number of apps with the tablet as well, such as Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, TOI, Nimbuzz, Google Search, Flyte Flipkart Music App, Gmail, Google Latitude and Google Voice Search.
Other preloaded and bundled content includes a few games, and even 14 ebooks (in partnership with McGraw-Hill Education), such as Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam’s Envisioning an Empowered Nation, Word Power and Dhiru Bhai Ambani’s Biography.
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. LAVA has also tied up with Hungama.com, to offer the movie ‘3 Idiots’ bundled, choices worth Rs 1,250 to stream up to 6 movies from Hungama.com website, for free. Lava is also offering a Tata Photon dongle bundle with the tablet.