Intel had tough time in the middle due to the rise of mobile devices and smartphones but it is now coming back. They have launched a new chip – the Atom Z2760 which is widely used to provide power to a whole new spate of Windows 8 mobile devices. The Intel chip is designed to power mobile phones and tablets.

Intel Inside

You will find Asus Fonepad is also powered by Intel and you will find the logo of Intel at the back of the phone. The new tablet hip developed by Intel will help the tablets run faster with less power consumption.

The Display of the Asus Fonepad as compared to other smartphones

ASUS Fone Pad

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 has the same display size has 1024 X 600 pixel resolution while Google Nexus 7  and Kindle Fire HD has 1280 X 800 pixels resolution can be compared with Asus Fonepad’s resolution of 1280 X 800 pixels. In the bright sunlight it was hard to see properly. If compared with Kindle Fire HD 7 and Nexus 7 you will find that Asus is not that bright but still it is good enough as tablet.

Camera

The quality of the camera can be compared to HTC Desire 500 and Sony Xperia C. The images captured were quite impressive if it is compared to Samsung and Micromax which falls in the same price bracket.

User Interface

The touch screen is not that drastic when compared to Sony’s Xperia UI or Samsung TouchWiz UI but it definitely gives a neat touch to its operating system without too much intrusion.

Floating App

Just like the Samsung’s multi window and Sony’s small app interfaces, Asus has come up with a floating app interface for the Fonepad 7. This can be used for multitasking.

Specifications

Display

7-inch LED Backlight *XGA (1280 x 800) screen

Dimensions

120 x 196.8 x 10.5 mm (* x D x H)

Operating system

Android 4.2

Processor

Intel Atom Z2560 Dual-Core, 1.6 GHz

Memory

1GB

Storage

8/16/32 GB

Camera

1.2 MP (front); 5 MP (rear)

Battery

15*h Li-polymer battery, 10 hours

Price

INR 17, 499 

Its performance is pretty decent as a tablet and this caters mostly to budget conscious people who don’t want to carry two devices instead want two in one device for their use.

This post is sponsored by ASUS

 

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