Unboxing: DIGITAB DT-LM72T - Digisol's first Android tablet

By Jayesh Shinde | Updated Aug 21 2014
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The Digitab DT-LM72T signal's Digisol's entry into the tablet market, with a 7-inch Android slate with dual-SIM slots and voice calling features. Let's take a look:

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Despite taking a few knocks here and there, the box packing of the Digitab DT-LM72T Android voice-calling tablet was neatly nestled inside it. Check it out in the next slide.

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As you can see, the 7-inch Digitab DT-LM72T Android tablet is pretty securely packaged inside the box. Let's go ahead and unbox it and see the entire contents of the package in the next slide.

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The Digitab DT-LM72T 7-inch Android tablet comes with a data cable, 3.5mm earphones, a user guide, and a micro-USB power adapter to charge the device. 

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The exact specifications of the Digitab DT-LM72T Android tablet are as follows:
CPU: MTK8377 1.2GHz Dual core
Display: 7-inch 1024x600 TN panel
Graphic: Mali-400
Storage: 8GB
Memory: 1G DDR3
Webcam: Front 0.3 MP, rear 2MP
Battery:3000mAh
GSM calling: Yes
Wi-Fi: Yes
GPS: Yes
Bluetooth: Yes
3G: Yes
OS: Android 4.1.2
I/O Port: Mini USB, 3.5mm audio jack, MicrosSD Card slot
Dimensions: 184.5x108x9.5mm
Weight: 420g

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The back panel of the Digitab DT-LM72T Android tablet reveals a two-toned finish, with a white-on-metal-grey look and feel, that looks appealing on the eye. Its rear-camera is also placed centrally, and down to the right, you can see its speaker grille.

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On the top edge of the Digitab Tablet, you can see the MicroUSB slot and 3.5mm audio jack. 

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The tab's volume rocker is situated on its right edge, which is faintly visible towards the left side of the tablet (in this picture). The tablet is currently selling for anywhere between Rs. 7,500 to Rs. 11,000, depending on different ecommerce websites.

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