Torque Mobile Ego Phab 7 inch



  • Torque Mobile  Ego Phab 7 inch

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The field of Android tablets is now easier in our hands because of affordable price tag. For the price P3,099, we never complained how the tablet performed throughout the day. It is not the best tablet around the market but is surely respectable to used...

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Had it not been for the existence of the Torque EGO Phab 3G, we would've probably cut the non-3G model more slack that we'd given to it on our review. It's dirt cheap, it gets the job done for simple computing tasks, and it can double as a secondary...

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The idea of a do-it-all tablet should appeal to many, and for the most part, the Torque Ego Phab does most things adequately. Of course, corners had to be cut to keep the price as low as it is. No 3G, and entry-level specs are just a couple of things...

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Bringing along both a smartphone and tablet can be cumbersome, which is why I find 7inch tablets with cellular connectivity to be an intriguing option. They're small enough that you can realistically take a call at a moment's notice while still...

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When dealing with a super-affordable device, expect that there's always going to be compromises. As the price goes lower, these comprises becomes more evident, and such is the case with the Torque EVO Phab. If you're on a tight budget, the Torque EVO...

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The Torque Ego Phab is a budget tablet, so my expectations are tempered. The 7-inch display uses TFT technology and suffers from glaring, but it is still quite bright and readable.Navigating the UI, you'll find it noticeably snappier than the Ego Tab S...