Review of Mercury mTab Rio Tablet

 This tab has 10 inch buttonless screen and aesthetic look. On the first instance, it seems to be an expensive tab, but it is a tablet that is well suited for your budget. You can read books, play games. Watch movies and browse within confinement of your home or office.

  • The tab has square screen with an aspect ratio of 4:3 that makes Mercury amazing. You can read comics or watch movies in a pleasurable way. When you contrast to expensive tablets you'll come to know the colors are saturated- but it does not make your experience dreary.
  • The tab is ultra slim and has rubberized finish that provides a premium feel. The buttons are not rigid; instead they are healthy and respond within a click.
  • It is a common perception that slates with larger screen has poor battery, but Mercury dispels this false notion. It has video playback facility of 8.5 hours, thus performing heavy duty task easily.
  • Even the tablets costing half of its price have standard USB port, but Mercury is lacking this feature. Unlike other Android devices, you don’t have an option to connect pen drive.
  • There is no SIM card for 3G connectivity and no USB port to help you to connect 3G dongle. The only way to go online is through WI FI.
  • IPS screen is a fingerprint magnet that sticks to it.

Other Specs 
  • It has 9.7inch IPS capacitive Touchscreen interface.
  • It has 1.2 GHz dual core processor
  • WI FI connectivity is available.
  • It has 2 megapixels rear camera.
  • It has 8.5 hours of video playback.
  • It weighs 480 gm.
  • Android 4.0 Icecream sandwich operating system is available.

  Price- Not declared yet

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