Tablets have definitely been the talk of the town this year with the release of some big contenders including the iPad 2 from Apple, Motorola’s Xoom and the Blackberry Playbook. The downside with the three listed is that they cost an arm and leg to the majority of consumers, but as they do say in this world, you get what you pay for.
Is that really the case though or can you get everything you need for a cheaper price? Storage Options seem to think so with their much cheaper miScroll, which is said to offer a reasonable spec for a fantastic price as well as offering some unique features that even some of the big named brands don’t in terms of personalisation. Storage Options believe that the miScroll will be a fantastic product for users wanting to personalise their tablet to their own acquired tastes by changing the back cover to various colours as well as having an interchangeable battery so that you’re never faced with your battery running out of power during those vital moments when you really need it most.
Sporting the much loved Android 2.3 operating system, 1GHz ARM11 processor, 256MB DDR2 and built-in 4GB MicroSD card, that’s expandable up to 32GB, as well having a variety of connectivity options, the miScroll certainly looks good on paper, considering its price point, but how will it fair when we get down to the nitty gritty? Let’s take a look to see if it really can keep up with the big boys.