The competition that Google Nexus 7 has made to low-cost tablets has been devastating as it has managed to manufacture a quad-core tablet for only 200 euros. This is why the rest of the manufacturers should not remain hands-on, and that is what the Spanish company bq has decided to do with its new Maxwell range.
This tablet becomes the intermediate of the three that make up the Maxwell range. Among its features are a Cortex A9 1Ghz processor, 1 GB of RAM, 7-inch IPS screen with 1024 × 600 resolution, Mali 400 GPU and a 4100 mAh battery.
As we can see, it is a full-fledged low-cost tablet, and its price of € 199 confirms this. Of its range, it is one of the best we can find without any doubt. In addition, it comes with Ice Cream Sandwich and will be updated to Jelly Bean shortly, a very strong point.
bq Maxwell Lite
Let us now turn to the smallest of the three that make up the Maxwell range, the Maxwell Lite. In this case we find the same characteristics as in the previous one but with the main difference of its screen, which is no longer IPS technology to be a normal LCD. Likewise, it also incorporates Android ICS and will be upgradeable to JB.
Obviously, this decrease in its benefits is reflected in the price, which becomes 99 euros. The Maxwell Lite is a highly recommended tablet for those who want quality at a very low price.
bq Maxwell Plus
And finally let's talk about the largest of the Maxwell family, the Maxwell Plus. This tablet incorporates a 1.6 GHz dual-core processor, 1 GB of RAM, 7 ″ IPS display with HD resolution, 1 GB of RAM, Mali 400 GPU and a 4100 mAh battery. To this we must add that it incorporates Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich AOSP and will be updated shortly to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
As we see, we are facing a very interesting tablet. It offers us great power for only 139 euros. Without a doubt, it is the most attractive of the 3 that have been presented and I think that this one can do a lot of damage to other tablets of other manufacturers.
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