After the great success in Funbook, Micromax has recently unveiled the new tab called Funbook Alpha. Funbook Alpha comes up with 1GHz Cortex A13 processor along with Dual Mali 400 GPU. Funbook Alpha is powered by Android 4.0 Ice cream sandwich. The tab has 7-inch TFT LCD touchscreen that outputs 800X480 of screen resolution. Micromax Funbook Alpha is a perfect solution for education and entertainment that costs around Rs.6500/-. Here is a brief review of Micromax Funbook Alpha along with its specification.
What is new in Micromax Funbook Alpha?
Comparing to its predecessor i.e Funbook, Funbook Alpha comes up with some new features. It uses Cortex A13 processor for seamless and hang free operation, this processor is being used in recent tablets and Micromax has effectively used this in Funbook Alpha. It has 0.3 mega pixel of front facing VGA camera for video chat purpose. But the frustrating thing is that Alpha lacks HDMI port as Cortex A13 processor doesn’t support HDMI output, this HDMI feature is available in its predecessor that is Funbook.
Micromax Funbook Alpha- Specification
Processor and Memory
Funbook Alpha has 1GHz Cortex A13 Processor with dual mali 400 graphical processing unit and built in 4GB of memory, you can extend its memory with the microSD slot that supports up to 32GB.
Tab has 7 inch capacitive touchscreen that supports up to 800×480 pixels of resolution with multi-touch screen and pinch-to-zoom features.
Alpha is powered by Android 4.0 Ice cream sandwich, officially there is no clue about jelly bean update.
In connectivity features tab comes up with Wi-Fi and 3G Dongle Support via USB
Along with this Funbook Alpha has 0.3 mega pixel of front facing VGA camera and 3.5 mm audio jack and 2800 mAh battery that allows you to surf the internet for 5 hours.
Funbook Alpha is a good deal for those who wish to get entertained along with their study. It is capable of playing high end games and apps as it powered by robust processor. Share your experience in comments!.