A lot of Android tablets have sprouted all over. At lower prices with seemingly good specs, you might get interested in grabbing one.
The Kata T2 took my attention so I had to check it out.
The Kata T2 is and 8-inch tablet with a decent IPS display which primarily caught my attention. It has a good resolution of 768x976 and with good viewing angles all round. The screen is very responsive which is at par with similar products of the Big brands. It doesn't look and feel cheap at all.
Going further on its specs, it is running on Android 4.1.1 Jellybean with a 1.6 GHz dual-core processor and an independent Quad-core GPU (Mali-400MP) which gave it some plus points. It scored 10,000+ on Antutu Benchmark with ease.
Overall, the Kata T2 is very good if you are looking for a tablet not too small and not too big and packed with great graphics, specs and display. It just has some downsides on its internal memory, sound quality, and camera. It is only available with wifi, and no-3G for version for this unit.
Kata T2 Specs:
8" Full-Touch Display
1.6GHz Dual Core
Quad Core GPU
Internal: 8GB (RAM: 1GB DDR3)
External: Support microSD card, up to 32GB
5.0 Mega-pixel Camera
2.0 Mega-pixel Front Camera
Wi-Fi: 802.11 b/g/n
Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR
Li-Ion 4,100mAh battery
Price: P 7,999 (On sale @ P 6,999)