Most of the handset manufacturers are jumping to the tablets market. When you speak of tablet PC manufacturers, you would get the name of Samsung, Apple, Motorola and few others but you would have rarely heard the name of Beetel. Along with Beetel, even Micromax and Maxx mobiles are planning to launch their tablet in India. Beetel, a part of Bharti Group (Airtel) has launched Beetel Magiq which is a 3G Google Android tablet and becomes the second Indian company to launch an Android tablet after OlivePad by Olive Telecom.
Beetel Magiq tablet has got impressive 7 inches capacitive touchscreen with 800 x 480 pixel resolution. It will have the Android Froyo operating system although the Honeycomb 3.0 OS would have made it ideal for tablets PCs. It’s powered by a 1 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor which enables high-speed processing and has got various connectivity options including the 3G HSDPA connectivity, Wireless LAN connectivity and support of EDGE through GPRS. It also includes a mini USB port for PC connectivity and USB charging.
For pictures and video recording on Beetel Magiq can be processed with the inclusion of 2 mega pixel rear camera with HD video recording and image quality of 1600 x 1200 pixels. Also included is the front camera with VGA quality can be used for video chat and video calls as 3G in India supports video calls.
The Beetel Magiq comes with 8 GB internal memory which is good thing when it comes today’s generation tablet. If that memory is not enough for you then you have pick one micro SD card, insert in the card slot provided (expandable up to 16 Gb) and you can store a large amount of data on this external SD card.
Provided with 2200 mAh battery, it offers excellent battery life to make it useful for all of your day’s activity mix of video calls, video playback, messaging, browsing and chatting.
To Sum it up, The Beetel Magiq is a good tablet with Android Froyo OS, 1 Ghz processor, 2 Mega pixel camera, 3G and longer battery life. It’s priced at Rs 8900 and it becomes the cheapest Android tablets available in the market as most of the Android tablets are priced more than Rs 12,000. What Beetel Magiq would does is provide the users to get a hang of upcoming technology of tablet computing with the least priced. I remember only Archos tablets are priced in the range of $ 200 and remaining all other are priced double than this.