Rare model ZenPad C 7.0 (Z170MG) heading to India retail

We’ve rarely seen the ZenPad C 7.0 (Z170MG) for sale anywhere in the world, but India is set to see it in retail very soon. The difference with this ZenPad C 7.0 is that it comes with a more budget friendly¬†MTK MT8382V/W Quad-Core MediaTek processor (1.3GHz). The most common ZenPad C 7.0 (Z170C and Z170CG) come with an Intel Atom processor instead. The Z170MG has a 1024 x 600 resolution screen, 1 GB RAM, and either 8GB or 16GB storage. We should have more detailed and accurate specs as it comes to retail stores in India soon.

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So the Z170MG is coming to India based on importer listings and is showing a quantity of over 700 units which means it’s headed to retail.

Retail Name: Z170MG-1A035A (P001)

How cheap will this model be? Based on our number cruncher, we’re predicting a price of Rs. 7,999

This is a 3G model based on the “G” in the name. It has 2 x micro SIM tray also.

HSPA+ UL:11.52 Mbps/DL:21 Mbps
2G :
EDGE/GSM :
850MHz/900MHz/1800MHz/1900MHz
3G :
WCDMA :
900MHz/2100MHz

 

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  1. Alice February 20, 2016 at 4:03 pm #

    Haha, I’ve been putting a sheet of paper on my taeblt for years too. It does feel a lot better and I feel I make better drawings with it. I’ve also recommended some friends to try it out, but they don’t like the texture and prefer the slippery plastic/glass feel. Whatever rocks their boat, I guess I use a medium size Intuos4 and cut my paper to match the size of the sensor . I find it confusing to just lay a whole sheet over the Wacom. I’ve also removed the rubber grip on my pen, as I found it too bulky. Without the grips the pen feels alot thinner, like a real pencil, and I find I have better control over my strokes that way. I don’t use the side buttons, so I removed them too.Another reason why I remove the grips is cause in time it becomes sticky, which I find uncomfortable.Another thing I use to prevent the sweating and dirtying of the paper is that I wear a very thin glove (sort of like comic book artists use) and cut the middle, pointing and thumb sleeves at the first knuckle, leaving only the ring and pinky fingers covered. But I’ve seen Wacom sell proper gloves for use especially with the Cintiq.

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