Its raining budget Android phones and tablets with high end specifications recently, and the latest addition to the tablet segment is the newly launched Lave E-Tab Xtron.
Lave E-Tab Xtron Specifications
2MP Front Camera
Expandable to 32GB
1.5GHz Cortex A9 Dual Core processor
Everything seems pretty good on the specs sheet, a dual core processor, the latest Android 4.1 operating system, 1GB of Ram all that and more on a 7inch display. But there are few things Lava had to compromise, maybe to squeeze the tablet in price you can get it in right now, for example their is no mention of bluetooth connectivity, which is now day considered a basic minimum feature so you have only two connectivity options, Wifi and the Micro USB port. The battery life of the tablet will last you around 3-4hrs on Wifi with a single charge. Tablets are considered to be just one step below the computers, so I believe a USB port for pen droves and internet USB dongles brings it closer to being a computer rather than being a large Phone (with no SIM card).
If your usage always around a charger, and don’t really have much use of the 3G or Bluetooth connectivity and you have a pretty powerful device in your hand.