Canvas Laptab By Micromax Review

Canvas Laptab By Micromax Review

For general consumers here is Micromax latest offering a 2-in-1 tier device that runs with the latest Micrososft Windows 8.1 operating system which can be upgraded to the coming Windows 10 OS. The Canvas Laptab is a budget device which can be used as a tool for productivity and can be a recreational tablet as well.

 If you want to watch a video disentangle the table. In terms of productivity this can be a reliable tool because this is a portable machine. Aside from the built-in genuine Windows 8.1 OS you will also get a free year of 365 subscription and free upgrade to Windows 10 when it will officially arrive on July 29.

 Many of paper works nowadays are reliant to the Microsoft Office not to mention office presentations that are mostly done with Microsoft Power Point. Therefore, this one can be for you.

 On the other hand, however the new device is not perfectly packed considering the price of the device. One of the primary issue with the Canvas Laptab is that it has a limited storage. This means that if you need to store a science project, photography, videos and other files you will be needing additional storage.

 When it comes to touch and its responsiveness the device doesn’t offer the smoothest experience. While it falters specially navigation with sophisticated websites.

 

DESIGN

 The Canvas Laptab is a 2-in-1 tier device. This means that it can be use as tablet or laptop. The magnetic hinge of this device plays a vital role for the Canvas Laptab since it will be the meeting point of the tablet and the detachable keyboard. When the two are connected it can be used as a laptop. Removed or detach the keyboard then it is a tablet.

 It has a 10.1-inch 1280 x 800 pixel display. There is a Windows logo at the base of the display and a front camera of 2 megapixel as well. While nn the top there’s a 3G SIM card slot, a microSD card slot, a microUSB port for charging and an audio jack.

 

 FEATURES

 The 2-in-1 Canvas Laptab features a QWERTY keyboard with tiny isolated keys and a responsive trackpad.

 

 INTERNAL COMPONENTS

 Aside from the Windows OS, the devices houses a 4th gen quad-core Intel Atom Z3735 clocked at 1.33GHz and paired with 2GB of RAM. For storage capacity you will 32GB flash storage of which only 24.4GB is available to use.

 However, it is expandable via microSD card up to 64 GB. To complete the offering it has a 7700mAh battery.

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