Micromax made its entry in tablet war in India with its recent release with Micromax Funbook P300. Micromax Funbook is another low budget tablet it comes in the range of Rs.6500. With this new tablet Micromax wants to focus on the Education segment of India. Funbook also comes preloaded with education apps.
Micromax Funbook is powered with Google Android 4.0.3 (Ice-Cream Sandwich). To promote its new tablet Micromax comes with new marketing strategy they positioned Funbook as an education tablet. The tablet only comes with front VGA camera which is good for video chatting and tablet do not have the rear camera so you cannot use it as a camera device. The tablet is also capable of playing full HD videos (1080p). Tablet comes with mini-HDMI port this is what most existing thing about the tablet. so, in this price tag you will get a portable HDMI home media player, Wi-Fi enabled Capacitive touch screen which makes device pretty responsive while you surf the web and 1.22 GHz processing power tablet totally worth your money.
Micromax Funbook may not be the cheapest tablet in India but what it offers in Rs.6500 a bit too much at this price, it offers you:
Micromax Funbook Specifications:
Processor: 1.22GHz Cortex A8; Dual Mali – 400 2D/3 GPU
Operating system: Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich
Display: 17.78 cm (7-inch) capacitive
Camera: Front VGA
Memory: 4GB internal; 512MB RAM; Expandable 32GB microSD
Sensors: Gravity, accelerometer
Battery: 2800mAh; 5 hours of browsing time
Not just this it also comes bundled with Tata Photon 3G Dongle and 1 GB data usage for two months but this plan is a limited period offer.
Micromax markets its Funbook as Indian product, Micromax proudly flaunts its Funbook made in India tag and is said to be the first ‘Swadeshi’ tablet. Device is made by Simmtronics Semiconductors Limited, Roorkee, Uttarakhand. Micromax Funbook P300 is good and value for your money, this is our review but how Indian consumes takes it? We cannot say anything about it right now. We can just wait and watch how this device is going to perform in the Indian market.