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  1. 1

    siddharth

    Did u tried using both these tablets? Reliance 3g tab will prove dat 1; difference… Firstly the touch response of spice tablet is way too bad and also the build quality feels cheap… Reliance tab has gr8 touch response comparable to expensive tabs and also has GPS… Which u mentioned absent…

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  2. 2

    sacin more

    definetly spice on the edge againt reliance tab

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  3. 3

    Kavya Hari

    It has an blue tooth and WiFi connectivity on here. Excellent comparison on here .

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  4. 4

    Ashok

    whatever it may be… nothing comes as ipad… google want to work more on android with games… my old ipod touch 2g with 128 mb ram supports big games but my 512 mb android mobile doesn't…

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    Mohit

    The memory in Spice mi-720 tab is 2 Gb and 4 Gb and NOT 2 GB and 4GB. Thus if someone buys Spice MI-720 tab, they will have to shell out extra money to buy a micro SD card. This is a clear negative of the Spice tab.

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    Anshul

    Excellent Comparison, Good Work !!!

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  7. 7

    Pranjeeta

    Can reliance tab better than spice or spice better ?
    absolutely spice

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    Jacab

    Great post, I believe people should learn a lot from this website its very useful. So much great information on here .

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