Beetel Magiq




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By Digit on 60

For a price of less than Rs 10000, the MAGIQ is indeed fit to be a first tablet for most people who are buying on a budget. The resistive touchscreen isn't the best idea, but we are sure most people wouldn’t mind, keeping the price in mind....

By FirstPost on 75

ADVERTISEMENT With the likes of the Reliance 3G Tab making the tablet market cringe when it comes to the price, here’s one that thought they can do better. Beetel is a company that I’m sure you’ll be quite familiar with, seeing as there’s a good...

By CIOL on

Priced at 10k, it is the second cheapest tablet after Aakash. Graced with solid stunning build, the tablet has a 7 inch display with power button, 3.5mm jack, charging port, volume button along with memory card slots running along the sides. Powered...

By on 60

With 7-inch WVGA screen, 2200mAh battery and standard features, the Beetel Magiq is certainly not the best tablet that one can buy in the range of Rs 10000. However, it deserves a chance as one device you may like to your tablets experience...

By TheMobileIndian on 60

The tablet is the only one in the price range (at least from a known brand). Being made by Huawei (one of the largest Chinese equipment vendor), the quality is also decent. Though Android 2.2 and resistive screen are compromises that have been made to...