Pros: HD display with 4K support, big size battery, 9.7 inch form factor
Cons: Average battery life, constant lagging and device freeze, average audio output.
Bottomline: There are too many ills that outdo the pros corner. Also serious gaming issues, system freeze makes it an expensive option
Specs wise the tablet is similar to Zync Quad 9.7 but other than that you have a different 9.7 option which is slightly heavier than the competition in this segment and priced at 16,999. The tablet also sports a 2048x1440 pixels display and based on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean platform.
The tablet is well built and has a solid look about it. The front camera on iBall Slide has been oddly placed at the center of the display which looks quite awkward and for video calling that is not the best position.
We played some games on the tablet and sadly it was not the most cherishable. Popular games like Subway Surfer, Temple Run 2 showed clear signs of lagging and tablet freeze which forced us to restart the tablet.
The battery is also the same 8,000 mAh which is loaded on the Zync Quad 9.7 and gave us similar battery life. In terms of benchmark, the tablet scored 10293 on Antutu, 3071 on Quadrant and 966 on Vellamo HTML5.