by October 3, 2013 0 comments

This tablet closely resembles the structure of iPad but apart from that you have a high-priced mid-segment tablet that is clearly not up to date with the current market trends. The tablet sports a high display with pretty average resolution of 976×768 pixels. The tablet is on the heavier side at 580 grams and has a nice look and feel to it. It comes bundled with a handy cover reminiscent of the iPads. Beneath the tablet you have an average set of hardware and even the software (launched late last year). The tablet packs a 1.2 GHz CPU and 1 GB DDR3 RAM and is based on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich version. The slate comes with 2 MP rear and front cameras that offer average quality pictures at best.

The life on TabTop 10.4 is boosted by an 8000 mAh battery that should come in handy. In terms of connectivity the tablet has all options like microUSB, microSD slot, OTG, HDMI, LAN and supports external hard disk drive as well. In terms of performance, the tablet gave us average results but the display betrayed us whenever we tried paying games. The real time performance of the tablet is further illustrated by scores 3153 on Antutu, 1328 on Quadrant and just 792 on Vellamo HTML5 which are one of the lowest scores we have come across tablets lately. The battery lasted us for over 2 hours on video loop test and normal usage of web surfing, gaming; videos and music gave us close to 4 hours of back up.

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