Are you looking for an affordable Android tablet? Check this one out
We have seen high-end phones with a brilliant specification sheet, we have witnessed compact netbooks, but can they ever beat the flavour of 7 inches compact capacitive touch tablets? Definitely not. Tablets have become hot favourite gadgets for everyone now, be it a teenager or a business professional. Everyone wants to access all their necessary things on the move.
The budget end of the Android tablet marketplace is hotting up with some fierce competition. Recently Zync Global, a little known Noida-based company came up with its new tablet running on Google Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Priced at R8,990, the Zync Z-990 is definitely an affordable Android tablet and comes in an ultra-portable design featuring realtime multitasking and symmetrical multiprocessing capabilities. The tablet comes with add-on practical accessories such as screen guard, pouch and a lycra sleeve apart from the standard USB cable and a charger.
Talking about the looks, Zync has a simple design and looks quite similar to its predecessors. Z-990 has a matte finish and comes in a jet black protective sleeve pouch. The right side of the tablet equips all the ports—the top right has the Power, Menu and the Esc buttons and it has been named at the back to assist the users further. Back, Home and apps are there on the left bottom. Disappointingly, there are no physical volume control buttons but can be controlled with the touch when playing video or audio.
The tablet has a 7-inch TFT capacitive display of 800 x 400 pixels supporting 5 point multi-touch screen. Z-990 also offers a mighty 1.2 Ghz processor combined with 1 GB RAM and latest Android 4.0 operating system which makes it quite attractive. The tablet comes with inbuilt memory storage of 4GB which can be extended up to a 32 GB. The Z-990 has a plenty of connectivity options, a standard 2.0 USB port, mini USB port, a micro SD card slot, an HDMI port, main power port plus an universal 3.5 mm jack. The Z-990 has given the rear camera a miss, but