A Few Disadvantages of BSNL Tablets
BSNL has announced to release its 3 latest tablets this year from March 1. The 3 tablets are Penta IS701R, Penta WS704C and WS802C. All three of these are a joint effort between BSNL and a Noida based engineering agency called Pantel Technologies. The new BSNL tablets are reported to have been developed with some really interesting and functional aspects for the customers yet the devices are not entirely free of the dark spots. If you wish to know further, follow the write-up written down as the article here is aimed to point out the few disadvantages of the BSNL tablets.
First and foremost, the principle disadvantage of the BSNL tablets is their high price. The new tablets from BSNL & Pantel effort are going to be released with a really hefty price tag, which is pretty higher compared to the other competitor Indian tablets to be launched in the market soon. While the other competitor tablets in India are not going beyond Rs. 3,000, the BSNL tablets would be starting from Rs. 3,250. Moreover, there is a huge disparity in prices between the 3 BSNL models. While the IS701R costs 3,250 INR, the other two goes beyond Rs. 10, 000, only on the ground of a few more up gradations. Besides, when many of the features here are found almost similar to that of the competitor tablets, the high price seems to be a tad exaggeration.
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Another disadvantage of the BSNL tablets is that not all its tablet support phone calling, such as the Penta IS701R. What more, the particular model also lacks major forms of connectivity aspects, except Wi-Fi. Again, it’s primary to mention that the costly tablets from Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited is backed up by a battery capacity of 3000 mAh while its competitor models promise of a better 3200 mAh battery power.