by June 11, 2014 0 comments

Many windows and android tablets are doing well in the market. Manufacturers are trying to bring more lightweight and feature-rich devices at affordable price. Milagrow M8 Pro TabTop launched to attract customers who are looking for a tablet device that can work as PC as well.

Design and build
With the very sleek design, M8 Pro TabTop is thinner than other devices like Nexus 7 and Xolo Tegra Note. The body is made of durable plastic with the matte finish that makes it smudge and scratch resistant. The power button is placed on the ticker side, top right edge and plated with chrome. The thicker front side is the crowded with several ports, including charging, two micro-USB ports, Mini-HDMI, SD-card slot and SIM slot. The device is lightweight, about 530grams. The built quality of the device is decent and looks pretty in hands, though managing it with one hand could be a little difficult. The TabTop comes with 9.4 inch IPS display protected by Gorilla Glass, which offers sharp and clear picture quality. Though, it supports full HD, but disappoints while running 1080p files on it. The touch response is decent, sometimes takes time to respond when running heavy games or apps simultaneously. Watching movie on it, in comparison with other respective device is satisfactory.

Camera
The TabTop boasts 5 MP rear camera with flash. This can capture decent images in the daylight, but not made for indoor or low light shooting, even if you are using flash. Front VGA camera will disappoint selfies, though gave us satisfactory result with video chats. Both cameras come with 3X zoom.

Features
The 9.4 inch 3G compatible TabTop is loaded with features. It comprises 1.6 GHz Quad Core processor, 2 GB RAM, 16 GB internal memory expandable with micro-SD up to 64 GB and runs over Android 4.2. It boasts a 3G slot which is an additional advantage to its users for better connectivity. The device is powered by 6500 mAh battery.

Performance
Milagrow has done better this time than its previous sibling, the devices is quite slim and looks decent. It is a powerful device with smooth transitions. Apps’ run swimmingly as it sports 2 GB RAM, but not made for heavy games/ apps. I played small popular games like temple run, apart from holding the device with one hand, all went fine, but start bothering with heavy racing games. The device’s display is protected by Gorilla Glass that attracts smudges easily. Sound quality of the front speakers are fine, they are loud but not clear, when you raise the volume to high levels. Playing movies, music etc. is easy using external hard drive with its direct connectivity feature via the Micro-USB port. The 6500 mAh battery can last for about 10 hours with normal usage. Watching a full movie of 3 hours, drained about 80% of battery, meaning you need to carry charger to watch movies and play games.

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