Tablet segment of tech gadget is still on heat and we are seeing new launches on after another. Joining the bandwagon, Adcom has launched it’s new product Apad 721C in the domestic market. The New Adcom Apad 721C boasts inbuilt 3G and voice calling, so there is no need of USB Dongle for internet browsing.
The Adcom Apad 721C will sports a descent 7-inch Capacitive 5-point Touch Screen display providing a screen resolution of 800 x 480 Pixels. Adcom Apad 721C is dubbed with Android 4.0.4 operating system powered with 1.5Ghz (Allwinner A10 Cortex A8) processor which makes net surfing much faster and smooth. Dealing with it’s connectivity, Apad 721C supports WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth, the die-hard feature that distinguish this tablet with other companions in the market is its in-built 3G with voice calling offering at such a price tag. Adcom Apad 721C comes up with impressive camera offering, a primary camera with 2 MP and a secondary camera at 0.3 MP with a acceptable image quality enabling the user to have a good quality collection of images and video chat or video calling.
Apad 721C has 1 GB of RAM which is now serves as a standard today and is also one of the strong point of this tablet. Also, the tablet is powered with 3500mAH Li-Polymer Battery of 3.7V delivering 5 hours of web browsing (as per company claim). Adcom Apad 721C is 9mm thin in size, offering much lighter in weight serving easily carryover quality. It has 4Gb internal memory which can be expandable externally upto 32 GB using external mSD card.
Other functions includes mini USB support with 3.5mm jack, HDMI port, SMS / MMS support,G-sensors and micro SD card support,Charger 5V/1.5A, Multi-languages, Video Player and Stero Speakers. With all such features it also offers 1 year manufacturing warranty. With such specifications it has been priced at Rs. 9250 only.