Sometimes back, it was the mobile maker that saw a boom in the business and now at present, its the tablet makers who are enjoying the Sunny days, with the latest models being released every now and then.
Well its easy to find many budgetary tablets in the market but choosing the right one amongst them is quite difficult, as the increased number increases the difficulty to choose wisely.
But is Zync-Z999 Plus a right one to buy??……….Lets find out….
Design and layout:
Well when one is demanding a budgetary tablet, he doesn’t count much on design, as its natural that for less, you get low. And now talking of Zync Z999, you can easly spot out that the design looks pretty much out-dated with no excitement in it.
Being in-expensive cannot be taken as an excuse for now, as the recently launched counterparts, Zen Ultratab A100 and Micromax Funbook do feature good design though being priced low, so if you are looking for design and looks, we won’t recommend Zync Z999.
Featuring a 7-inch capacitive touch, Z999 Plus sports a 800*480p resolution, same like other tabs present in the market. The Display is decent with average picture quality. Though you may feel irritated with different viewing angles, and even under sun, you can’t expect much from it.
User Interface :
Same like the rivals, even Zync Z999 Plus is integrated with Android 4.0.3, so things go fine here. But there may be times, when you encounter some glitches as the tablet works on a 800x480p WVGA resolution display, which is mot ideal for Android 4.0.3.
Further to support the multimedia, a 512 MB ram is provided. Then there are even some pre-installed software that comes along.
For camera purpose, a 2MP rear and a VGA front camera is provided bu Zync. The camera quality is pretty much normal with no exceptions.
The tablet even comes pre-loaded with Skype, so that you can easily do video callings.
The performance is not very much satisfying as a 512 MB ram sometimes leads to hiccups during heavy games and applications. But overall looking at the price tag, it does its job well.
Even the web browsing experience is quite decent, though with some lags while loading heavy images. Further the 3G supports adds to it.
Well looking at the above attributes, we won’t say that Zync Z999 Plus is a great budgetary tablet but still if you constraints on you pocket, then you might go for it, but do check the alternatives because you might change your mind.