Wednesday, 7 November 2012


The design and build of the NEO 2 doesn’t differ much from that of its predecessor, except for a full black color scheme. The tablet has a charging port, a mini USB port for data and another one for OTG support. There’s micro HDMI, a 3.5 mm headphone jack, a microSD card slot, a SIM card slot, and camera at the rear. We also have physical Power, Back and Home buttons on the right. The NEO 2 runs on Honeycomb, so it’s functionally better than Gingerbread. The seven-inch screen, even at the maximum brightness levels, is not very bright and its responsiveness is not great either.
The NEO 2 is powered by a single-core 1 GHz CPU that’s not powerful enough to drive this large screen, causing the interface to be sluggish. Mercury has custom-skinned the stock music player so you get the standard set of options. You have 8 GB of internal storage, which you can expand with a microSD card and the tablet supports 3G SIM cards too. USB OTG works with pen drives but not with portable hard drives. The NEO 2 comes with a 3400 mAh battery which gave us a decent 6 hours of battery life in our video drain test. At Rs 15,000, the tablet is very expensive and we suggest you give this one a miss.


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