Xtex Android Tablet challenging Kindle Fire

Xtex 7-inch Android  My tablet, is a challenge for the Kindle Fire, undercutting Amazon kindle fire device with a $150 price tag and topping the Fire with some specs.

The Tablet comes loaded with the latest version of Android Ice Cream Sandwich, 4.0.3, and a 7-inch display with 800-by-480 pixel resolution, which is below the $200 Kindle Fire’s 1024-by-600 pixel display. The Xtex tablet runs on 1.5GHz processor under-clocked to 1GHz, while the Fire runs on a 1GHz dual-core chip. Which is better than Kindle fire.

Xtex My Tablet

The $150 tablet runs on 1GB of RAM, which is double than Kindle Fire. Also built-in storage starting at 16GB again double than Kindle Fire, and expandable via SD card with an additional up to 32GB.

It has 2-mgepiaxel front-facing camera for video chats, totally missing from the Fire, but there’s no camera on the back. The tablet has, however, a variety of ports: there’s a full–size USB port, a mini USB port and a mini HDMI port that can output 1080p HD videos.

The Xtex My Tablet 7 is not a bad tablet for its price, if you are looking for something low-end for kids to play games on or watch videos and download apps. $50 extra would get you a slightly better screen and battery life with the Kindle Fire or the Nook Tablet.
Xtex Android Tablet challenging Kindle Fire Xtex Android Tablet challenging Kindle Fire Reviewed by Admin on 11:09 AM Rating: 5

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