by August 29, 2013 0 comments

Simmtronics, the India-based company known for manufacturing tablets in the budget space launched its Xpad X722 2G calling slate earlier this year. Priced at less than Rs 6,000 the tablet sports a standard 7 inch 800×480 pixels display and is based on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS. The tablet packs a 1 GHz dual-core CPU and 512 MB RAM which is pretty entry-level in terms of current market.

The Xpad X722 is not the most appealing tablet and has a plasticky feel to it on both the sides but at this price range it is hard to find a tablet that actually is good looking as well as good performer. The slate has 4 GB internal memory expandable up to 32 GB with microSD slot. The tablet has 2 MP rear and 0.3 MP front cameras.

The battery on X722 is 3500 mAh which is usually found on tablets in this pricing and during our test, the tablet last for around 1.5 hours. In terms of raw performance on benchmarks, the tablet scored 3177 on Antutu, 744 on Vellamo HTML5 and 2015 on Quadrant. The scores when compared with Amtrak My Buddy A700 which had 3303 on Antutu, 579 on Vellamo HTML5 and 1988 on Quadrant makes the Xpad X722 a better option in the price range.

The inbuilt-SIM slot is a big advantage that offers calling support and 2G connectivity with the option to have 3G via dongle. The tablet weighs 350 grams and also features GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and microUSB as other options.

The overall experience on Xpad X722 was average and to expect anything but that at this price range would not make sense.

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