Xtex My 7″ ICS Tablet Unveiled, Offered At Price $150, Specs & Release Date Detailed

I always say that the tablet market is going stiffer and stiffer each month because more and more manufacturers release budget-friendly devices with high and competitive specs. And that’s exactly what Xtex, a New York-based software developer and hardware manufacturer, is trying to achieve with its upcoming My Tablet 7 that poses a great threat to Amazon’s Kindle Fire as far as price is concerned. In an official press release dated April 13th, Xtex boasts of its new device reiterating its pocketability while sporting the latest version of Android operating system codenamed Ice Cream Sandwich.

Before we go any further and get carried away by the thought of this device, let’s try to look a little deeper into its casing and see the hardware specs it has. Let’s start with the central processing unit (CPU). Xtex My Tablet 7 sports single-core CPU clocked at 1.5 GHz. When you try to compare a single-core CPU with dual-cores and quad-cores, you will of course notice some differences in performance. However, for not-so-techie people, they can’t differentiate well about the performance of the device and they couldn’t surely tell how many cores are running. So, My Tablet 7 will still be able to impress them considering tech-savvy people are most likely to neglect this device but the ones who simply want to get a tablet would surely find this device amazing.

The 1.5 GHz CPU is complemented by 1 GB random access memory. History would tell that single-core CPUs on tablets and smart phones would get just 512 MB of RAM but Xtex gave My Tablet 7 1 who gig of it. However, for people looking for a bigger device to be used as an alternative to laptops and notebooks, it may no suffice the demand considering it has 7 inches display. This size wouldn’t make your feel comfortable typing on an on-screen keyboard. Also you will have to deal with a bit lower resolution at 800 x 480 pixels. But you can surely put it inside your pocket or purse for the ladies. Thus, you don’t have to hold it all the time when you’re mobile. But it’s all up to you if you choose pocketability over comfort of use. It comes with 16 GB built-in storage but you can upgrade that to 48 GB by adding 32 GB TF card on it. Sharing videos and photos on a bigger screen is also not a problem as there is an HDMI 1080p output.

Again, I want to reiterate that this device comes with $150 price tag and can be seen as the ultimate Kindle Fire competitor. That said, you should know it is $50 cheaper than the latter and offers better specs and usability. For now, I think there is no tablet in the market that could compete this device as far as specs and price are concerned. And forget, this device will come in three colors-black, white and pink. While the announcement was official, Xtex didn’t say when we are going to see My Tablet 7 in action but we are hoping it would be sooner; perhaps 2 to 3 weeks from now. But we’ll have to wait for the company’s decision over this device.

Based on the specs mentioned herein, do you think this device is just worth its price? Or would you spend $150 just to have a tablet with specs like these ones? Stay tuned especially for those who are interested with this device as we will bring you the latest updates about it. If you have some questions and clarifications, don’ hesitate to leave your comments below and we will get back to you as soon as we can.



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