Inar Tablet: Thumbs Up or Down?

It’s no secret that Tablet addiction is spreading like wildfire in the digital age. but this time, it’s an Egyptian tablet called “Inar”!

Inar Tablet

Have we made the new device that will kill the iPad and the galaxy tablets phenomena? Have we made the retina display that seem to be like a normal paper? Since we are one of leaders on making paper from Nile flowers (Papyrus).

Have we made the next generations of batteries that lasts forever? 20 hrs? 10 then? No?! Have we made the OS for the device? We build the architecture for its CPU? So we made a great OS that can take benefit of all device resources?!

Sadly, we have not, if you asked yourself  why can’t we do this things? and why your government not work on fixing that, that’s gonna be a breakthrough by itself, and much better than selling lies to the people.

Inar Tablet

Inar Tablet: Thumbs Up or Down?

The better solution in my opinion is allowing Egyptian to buy tablets with same price as their Americans fellows buy with, besides all Gulf countries, we are not richer than them, and we won’t be soon either, so what about cutting off your taxes that cost around a 100$ above normal device price in US?

Now, is your device going to be better or even the same as the latest Google piece like Nexus7 with that low price which is 199$?

Let’s have a look on Inar Specifications

  • USB
  • 3G and Wi-Fi
  • TFT IPS LCD
  • Screen: 9.7 inch
  • OS : Android 4.0
  • Processor : 1.6 GH (Rockchip 3066-Dual core-ARMv7 (VFPb3.NEON)
  • Ram: 1 G
  • Built-in memory: 8Gb extended to 32 GB with MicroSD
  • One year warranty
  • Battery life 5 hrs, Standby 16 hrs
  • Resolution: 1024*720
  • Weight: 750 gm
  • 2 cams – The front cam with 0.2 mpx and the back is 0.3 mpx

If you are not willing to agree with me, I’m asking you to do a quick research on popular tech-oriented sites, and tell me if you find an article about your Inar, or whatever that thing you announced!

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