BSNL has launched three tablets priced almost at Rs. 3,499, Rs. 10,999 and Rs. 13,500 which is a clear rival to Rs. 2,500-priced Akash tablet. Akash, which claimed to be the cheapest tablet of the world, no doubt appeared in the headlines, but its features did not impress everyone as expected. As a result, the launch of “not-so-expensive” BSNL tablet with far better features than Akash is a mind-blowing effort on the part of the company. Let us have a look at the features of this new tablet and also a comparison of this tablet with Akash.
Specifications and features of the cheapest BSNL tablet, Panta Tpad IS 701r
- WiFi only tablet
- Android 2.3 operating system
- 1 GHz processor
- 256 MB RAM
- 7-inch resistive touch screen
- 800X600 resolution
- 16:9 aspect ratio
- HDMI port enabled
- 3000 mAH battery
- 2 GB internal memory
- VGA front facing camera
BSNL Tablet Comparison with Akash Tablet
While this BSNL tablet is the cheapest, the difference between this one and other two is that of 7-inch and 8-inch screen as well as memory apart from, obviously, the price! The remarkable competition between BSNL tablet and Akash lies on the basis of price. It is interesting to note that Akash misses out on certain features like front facing camera and a few more. Even if the price of Akash is lower than BSNL tablet, but the additional features of BSNL tablet compensate for it easily.
These BSNL tablets are being designed by a company called Pantel based in Noida, India.
Booking BSNL tablet
The official Pantel website allows people to pre-book all these tablets at once. Special offers are also available on the official website. The forms to pre-book the BSNL tablet are easily available on the site and you can do it by visiting to the Pantel website.