In an attempt to make your multimedia consumption on the go an enjoyable, easy and affordable experience, Canadian based Noca Instruments Ltd. came up with three main Android run tablet PC’s namely Noca libri, Noca libri 7 and Noca libri Elite that will very soon hit the Kenyan market.
Below is a review of the Noca libri 7 tablet.
The libri 7 has a 7 inch full view screen with a 1024 by 600 resolutions and weighs in at 320grams. The tablet has an aluminum back housing which adds to its stylish look.
It runs on Google’s Android 4.0.3 OS and has a dual core CPU, making it fast and responsive while running applications.
The volume rocker and other relevant ports are located on the side panels of the tablet making it easy for first time users to figure out quickly. It also gives you the option to expand your memory to up to 16GB.
With the libri 7, you can use a SIM card which allows you to use mobile data as you please. It also has an inbuilt radio, so if you’re a radio lover your needs are sorted. The libri 7 also doubles as a phone and since it has the HDMI output connecting it to other devices is seamless.
The libri 7 pairs well with a detachable Bluetooth intuitive keyboard which comes in a leather case. It has a 0.3 Megapixels front camera and a 2.0 Megapixels back camera.
The Hits: The noca libri 7 retails at an affordable price of $229 and offers so much in functionalities hence giving you a chance to enjoy your tablet PC experience to the maximum.
It provides power efficiency with a battery work time of above 8 hours of Wifi surfing and playing video and almost 80 hours in standby mode.
It offers you functionality and feel of a smartphone.
The Miss: The keyboard only favors those with slender fingers and even so because of the size of the buttons you may not be able to type fast.
Overall: The noca libri 7 tablet equips you with a stylish, powerful, affordable and easy to use tablet all in one package.
Check out the nocalibri 7 video review below: