A good news for all those who had been looking for adding a 7-inch tablet in their gadget collection but had to step back considering the high costs. MSI has revealed a new 7-inches tablet Enjoy 71 at a pretty low price tag. Although the official date of release has not been announced officially, the tablet bears a price tag of $172 in Taiwan – the place where it was first unveiled.
But keep all your normal assumptions apart, the tablet features all regular features of a standard 7 inches tablet. It sports a dual-core Amlogic AML8726-MX processor clocked at 1.5 GHz and an Android 4.0 software. The device weighs just 298grams along with an internal memory of 8 GB that can be starched up to 32 GB courtesy the micro SD card. Other specification details include a 7-inches long IPS screen with a resolution of 1024X600 Pixels, a 2.0 Mega Pixels camera and a 0.3 Mega Pixels front camera for video interactions, micro-USB along with mini-HDMI connectivity, and memory of 1GB. A Mali-400 GPU look into the graphics sections. A 3200mAh battery supports micro-USB charging.
In terms of the light weight, Enjoy 71 leaves behind several other standard players like Nexus 7, Kindle Fire HD that weight 346 grams and 395 grams respectively in contrast to 298 grams. All the features are exactly up to the expectations of a tablet buyer. A few aspects might have been compromised but on an overall the tablet leaves behind all its rivals in the low price tablet segment.