|By Jayaram Krishnaswamy||
|February 1, 2014 03:39 AM EST||
I just unpacked my UbiSlate 7Ci tablet. I switched on and the 'android' logo came up rather quickly. It can be used for communications if you have a WIFI available. Getting on to WiFi was also easy, what was not easy is the WEP password which is rather long (not the fault of Ubi). It has quite a few built-in apps and more can be downloaded. It also has a port for extra memory. It is charged by a USB cable powered by the mains energy (110V). It has two browsers, Chrome and Ubi proprietary and both worked well.
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