Fushilai 760 Review

Looks like Fushilai is on the roll these days. We had high expectations after reviewing Fsl F979. The Fushilai 760 is a 7 inch tablet that has a ultra narrow frame design. Even though the entire shell is made from plastic, it feel great in hands. The tablet is powered by Mediatek MT6577 processor that runs at 1.2GHz clock speed and is based on Cortex A9 dual core processor.

Fushilai 760 review

The new processor offers 40 percent more performance than its predecessors. Fushilai 760 will also keep you connected on the go as it comes with built in 3G radio as-well-as quad-band EDGE. Do not worry, as you will still find 802.11n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. Performance is amazing and zippy too, thanks to 1GB RAM.  You can check out its benchmark at netbooknes.com

Fushilai 760

The Fushilai’s screen packs 1280×800 resolution which is considered as standard for the tablets in 7 inch category. In fact, the display ppi is higher than the Galaxy Tab 2 that has resolution of 1024×600.

Fushilai 760 test

Built in storage is meager though – just 4GB but that is expandable via micro SD card storage. The Fushilai 760 has calling feature too, that allows you to make calls just like a regular phone. [via midbbs.cn]