Attitude Daksha Tablet – Review and Full Specification

Telmoco Development Labs a Kerala (India) based company have come up with yet another Tablet PC, “Attitude Daksha”. Basically this tablet is not like high end tablets that Business Class people generally use to flaunt people, instead the tablet has been launched into the market targeting the economically weaker sections of society like students and middle class people. As many of you already know that the famous Indian tablet “Aakash” also targeted the same sections of the society, so I have a gut feeling that “Attitude Daksha” is going to tighten competition further.

Attitude Daksha

It will be costing around Rs 5400 or $108.  Daksha will be available in the market for the general public from 15th May and you can also order it online from

Daksha’s Features

Enough side talks, now let’s have a look at Attitude Daksha’s Features:

Operating SystemAndroid 3.2 Honeycomb
Processor1.2 GHz (1.5 GHz) Cortex A8
Video Processor400 MHz
Internal Memory4 GB
Random Access Memory (RAM)512 MB DDR3
Expandable MemoryUpto 32 Gb with SD card slot
Screen Size7″ inch.
Screen Resolution800×480
Screen TypeTouch Screen Capacitive Multi Touch
Audio support3.5 mm jack
SIM Card SlotNot Present
Battery BackupRun time while Wi-Fi is on 6 hours
CameraRear-2.0MP and Front-0.3MP
Connectivity & other FeaturesFM Radio, Wi-Fi( 802.11 b/g), Audio jack 3.5mm, Music player, Audio player, HDMI port
PriceINR 5400/-


Physical Design and Looks:

The tablet has 3 buttons available on the front side for “Back”, “Menu” and “Home” options. In terms of looks Attitude Daksha looks cool in the black coloured plastic body. The tablet is light in weight and has entertainment option like FM radio, Music player, Audio Player, Video player.

A closer look at Attitude Daksha

Display Features and Camera:

Daksha has a 7 inch WVGA screen, having a resolution of 480×800 pixels with an aspect ratio of around 16:9. The display is embedded with a 5 point capacitive touch. This means that the phone can detect your touch very precisely even if you touch at multiple points at a single time. This is a new feature that they have introduced in Attitude Daksha, older touch screen phones didn’t have this capability.

The tablet has got two cameras, the rear one is of 2.0 Megapixel and the front camera is 0.3 megapixels. It is also said that the company offers an option to upgrade the front camera. Daksha is capable of streaming videos also it can playback the videos at 1080p. Actually the tablet incorporates a 400 MHzGPU which gives it the capabilities like running flash apps, games, interactive apps and High Definition videos.

Memory and Battery:

Attitude Daksha features a 1.2 GHz ARM cortex A8 processor with 512 MB DDR3 RAM. The device comes with Android 3.2 (HoneyComb) along with the cyanogenMod public libraries. The phone has an internal memory of 4 GB which is expandable upto 32GB.

The battery that the Attitude Daksha tablet uses is 3800mAh, which is more than the battery supported by other tablets in the same price range. As per the claims the tablet has a battery backup of 6 hours with WiFi switched on. It comprehensively beats the battery of Micromax Funbook which had a battery of 2800 mAh.

Connectivity Options:

Attitude Daksha tablet gives you multiple internet connectivity options like Wi-Fi and 3G USB Modem. It also has a microSD slot and a USB OTG connector for 3G dongles. The device has an HDMI port that can be used to connect the tablet to a television.

Other slots in the tablet are: micro USB, Ethernet, and 3.5mm audio jack.


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pratik April 27, 2012 at 3:12 am

Nice tablet in economical range but are there any slot for sim cards or We can’t make calls from this device.

Puneet April 27, 2012 at 12:59 pm

Nice one. Now days so many tablets are being manufactured in India. Akash and now this one. Great doing India.

Ankur April 28, 2012 at 3:34 am

Looks like Micromax Funbook.

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