The race for the thinnest, slimmest and the fastest does not seem to be ending in the world of Tablets and Smartphones. Taking the race on its horn, Milagrow Humantech launched brand new model TableTop 7.4 which the company claims to be the thinnest tablet from India at just 6.5mm. More than just being the thinnest, the primary aim of such launches seem to be grabbing at least some attention and eyeballs in the world of technology where new models are being launched by the dozen every week and there seems to be very little differentiation between the products. Such claims make the potential buyer take a little time off to see carefully what the new product is all about and is more likely to make a purchase
The new model has a Screen Aspect Ratio of 4:3, the company claims it to have the largest utilisable area of more than 23 square inches compared to about 15.6 square inches that one get in 16:9 aspect ratio models which is a neat 51% larger in size. The company also claims it to be the world’s first ready to use tablet (sounds almost like Ready to Eat meals!!!) with 55 of the world’s most popular applications or apps already loaded in a neat evenly spaced out interface. The device runs un Android V 4.0.3 also known as Android Ice Cream Sandwich version and is the country’s first tablet which offers connectivity and compatibility with 4G 3G as well as 2G though with the help of external dongle which is still not a bad thing as it enhances the utility of the tablet many notches higher. It supports Wi-Fi, LAN, VPN, Ethernet connection as well as a portable external Hard Disk Drive HDD upto 500GB size. The size restriction seems to be a little letdown what with 1TB soon going to become the base capacity for portable HDDs in the near future. Further enhancing the connectivity options is the facility to connect upto three USB devices all functional at the same time. With a good internet connection, using applications such as Skype and Google Talk are a breeze. While the company has not yet disclosed the pricing, it is known for aggressive pricing and the same if done with this model, the chances of it being successful is going to be very high.