ASUS ZenPad 7.0
The built of Zenpad7 is the same that we have seen on other tablets-think borders surrounding the display. There are no physical navigation buttons on the a face of the devie. The tablet has the ability to make calls and the call quality from the tablet is good. It also has an audio cover that boasts of Dollby DTS sound. Sticking with the audio cover,there is only a position in which you can prop the tablet so if your sitting outdoors and there is the direct glare on the device,you will have to change your position rather than that of tablet. The viewing angles of the tablet display itself are good. For what it boasts,the quality of the sound from the audio cover isn’t great. When it comes to gaming,the display looks washed out and pixelated in the case of Asphalt 8. Graphically intensive games aren’t a great experience on the tablet. ASUS has its own UI skinned over Android. An interesting feature of the UI is that it auto arranges the apps you download into folders if you wish it to do so.Coming to the battery life,the tablet ran for about 6.5 hours in our continuous video playback test. If your are in market to pick up to the tablet for 12K and don’t mind compromissing on calling capability you can take a look at the Xiaomi Mi Pad which is an overall better performer.