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Top 5 online tablet deals of the week

If you are looking forward to buying a tablet this week then here are some of the top tablet deals available online.

If you are looking forward to buying a tablet this week then here are some of the top tablet deals available online.

Sony Tablet S Wi-Fi, 16 (Rs 23,000)

The tablet S has a 9.4-inch touchscreen display which has been built using Sony TruBlack technology that promises better reproduction of high quality images and videos. The tablet also incorporates usage of a special anti-reflective film that makes the tablet display less reflective.

The display on the Sony Tablet S features a 1280×800 pixel with 16:10 aspect ratio that is common in the most 10.1-inch display bearing tablets. The Tablet S comprises of a dual-core 1 GHz Nvidia Tegra 2 that incorporates a low power GeForce series graphics chip as well.

Along with this the tablet has 1 GB memory and runs on Honeycomb operating syste. The tablet comes with 16 GB on-board storage but out of that only 9 GB is user accessible storage, rest is used by the devices OS and other applications.

There’s a 5-megapixel camera in the rear center of the tablet which does not support flash. This camera is powered by Exmor R for Mobile image sensor for quality images and also record video in 1280×720 pixel resolution.

The front facing camera is mere 0.3 megapixels and is good enough for video chats. Along with that the device is an officially certified Playstation device which allows users to connect to Playstation network . This offer is available exclusively on Flipkart.com and on other websites it is priced around Rs 28,000.

Milagrow Tabtop 8GB (Rs 10,000)

Milagrow has been one of the latest entrants in the Indian tablet market with a wide range of products. The Milagrow tab top which earlier used to costs Rs 13,999 is now available for a price tag of Rs 10,000 on Ebay.in.

The Tabtop has a 7 inch backlit 4:3 resistive touch display, 8 GB of built-in storage expandable to 32 GB via SD card, Wi-Fi, connectivity via a dongle, USB 2.0, and a 4,000 battery promising more than 8 hours of usage.

The tablet is available in four colors – pink, blue, grey and black. The device comes with Android 2.3 operating system, 1.2 GHz processor based on ARM Cortex-A8 architecture, and 512 MB of DDR3 RAM.

The device however comes with a resistive touchscreen but it still manages to feature pinch to zoom functionality as well.

BlackBerry PlayBook 64 GB (Rs 18,000)

Initially the tablet was criticised for being over priced but now the price of its 64 GB version has come down to Rs 18,000, while the base version with 16 GB memory is currently selling for Rs 14,000. These offers are available on websites like Flipkart and ebay India.

PlayBook runs on the QNX operating system and is powered by a Cortex A9 dual core processor with PowerVR SGX540 graphics card and 1 GB RAM. In terms of performance the PlayBook is by far the most impressive tablet (Not considering the iPads) and the one with the maximum battery life too.

The PlayBook sports a 7 inch LCD capacitive touchscreen that has 1024 x 600 pixel resolution. The high resolution screen also has four point, multi-touch and gesture support features.

There’s a 5 megapixel camera at the back of the PlayBook and can record full HD 1080p video in format. There is also a 3 megapixel front-facing camera that allows video chats. BlackBerry PlayBook uses a standard 5300 mAh Li-Po battery.

The PlayBook does not have a micro SD slot but with 64 GB of onboard memory it might not be a issue.

Samsung Galaxy Tab P1010, Wi-Fi (Rs 15,500)

The Samsung galaxy Tab P1010 is a Wi-Fi only tablet that offers some good performance and for the price it comes as an absolute delight. It is available for Rs 15,500 on Letsbuy.com along with a complimentary multimedia HDMI dock.

Galaxy Tab P1010 has 7-inch touchscreen display (1024×600) and has almost same features as the other Galaxy Tab products available right now in the market. The device comes in 16 GB onboard memory capable of being expanded up to 32 GB more with SDHC cards.

Housing a dual-core 1 GHz ARM Cortex based mobile processor; this tablet runs on Android 2.2 Froyo OS. Samsung has added its own custom TouchWiz user interface with Live Panels to enhance the user’s experience.

Powerful internal hardware bearing Galaxy Tab measures mere 12 mm and weighs about 385 grams. At the rear lies a humble 3.15 megapixel camera that is capable of recording 720p HD video and in the front there’s a 1.3 megapixel camera for video chatting.

This tablet features USB 2.0 port and offers wireless connectivity through Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and DLNA. The Galaxy Tab by default supports number of popular video formats such as DivX as well as Xvid.

Micromax Funbook 4GB (Rs 6,500)

Indian mobile device manufacturer Micromax has always been associated with low cost or affordable devices and by far the Funbook has been the most affordable android ICS based tablet to be launched in India. It has a 7 inch capacitive touchscreen with 800×480 pixel

Funbook has a Cortex A8 architecture based 1.2 GHz processor and dedicated dual core MALI graphics processor for visual superiority. It features 512 MB of which is just the right amount of memory for apps to work on ICS and 4 GB of which can be expanded by up to 32 GB through an external SDHC cards.

On data connectivity, Funbook supports Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity through a USB dongle. Currently, a Tata Photon data card with 1GB of free data download for two months is offered to consumers as a complimentary offer form the manufacturer.

The tablet also has an HDMI port which will allow users to connect the Funbook to a TV. The Android tablet also supports a number of music and video file formats for entertainment superiority while being mobile too.

The tablet is available for Rs 6,500 under the introductory offer while the MRP of the device remains to be Rs 8,000. This offer is available across websites such as Snapdeal, Ebay, Flipkart and Letsbuy.

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