New Multilaser Tablet Comes with Intel Processor

In an official announcement, Multilaser , in partnership with Intel , has just launched a new tablet for its line of electronics. This is the M7-i, a device that comes with an Intel Atom  quad-core 1.8 GHz-that is, promising a powerful performance for all times, along with a low power consumption.

According to André Poroger, product director of Multilaser, offering this kind of convenience-good performance for gaming and online navigation, but without the need to charge the battery at all times-is exactly the company’s goal with its new tablet.

Mauricio Ruiz, Intel Brazil’s sales director, goes further, saying that the potential of the device is also in its cost-benefit ratio. “The Brazilian tablet market has matured and people already understand the value of acquiring a product that combines not only affordable but also leading-edge technologies capable of delivering a complete mobile computing experience,” he explained.

As far as all the

As for the rest of the hardware, it can be said that the M7-i follows the same proposal as its processor. Although it does not compare to top-of-the-line handsets, as in the case of  newer Galaxy Notes and other devices of the genre, it should not leave to be desired with its 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of storage, fitting well between tablets Performance according to thereligionfaqs.

It is worth noting, incidentally, that it has also been promised a 7-inch screen in HD resolution, as well as Dual Camera technology and a powerful battery. However, more specific information was not disclosed. Check the revealed data of your settings, so far:

  • Screen: 7 inches
  • Screen Resolution: HD
  • Operating system: Android 4.4 (KitKat)
  • Processor: Intel Atom quad-core 1.8 GHz
  • Memory RAM: 1 GB
  • Internal Storage: 8 GB
  • Connectivity: 3G, WiFi
  • High battery life

Did you find the M7-i interesting? So get ready for the main “weapon” of the application: its price. According to Multilaser, the tablet has a suggested price of $ 339, which is a very appropriate value for your settings. So, if you are looking for a device a little above the “inbound”, but do not want to pay too expensive for it, this can be a great opportunity.