The ME Tablet G1 from HCL is a powerful, large 9.7-inch tablet that runs on a cortex A9 dual-core processor clocked at 1.2GHz. Coupled with 1GB of RAM and a MALI-400 GPU, this tablet seems very promising on the performance front. The display sports an IPS Panel and a resolution of 1024×768 pixels.
The tablet resembles the iPad second generations to quite an extent. The front panel looks identical except for the camera placement and the missing home button. The edges and curves are similar, as is the thickness. The chassis is firm and strong, but the rear panel is made of a very glossy white plastic and we think it can be tarnished in no time. The entire tablet looks very aesthetically appealing and anyone would definitely want to opt for one based solely on looks.
The processor is a 1.2GHz dual-core CPU,and surprisingly, the manufacturer has chosen to overclock it to run at 1.6GHz. This could be one reason due to which the tablet works smoothly and swiftly. However, we observed that overclocking the processor to run at higher than normal speeds tends heat up the device a little more than the normal temperatures. The manufacturer has bundled a micro fibre cloth, a pair of earphones, an OTG cables, a USB cable, a charger and a protective sleeve along with the tablet.