The Frenzy 8Z is powered by a quad-core processor (1.6 GHz) and provides 16 GB internal storage space. It carries 2 GB RAM with a storage capacity of up to 32 GB via a microSD card. The device has a high-def Reality Display and a 170 degree view IPS screen which is crisp and bright enough to be viewed from any angle without image degradation. The screen is housed inside a durable aluminum surface that cradles a 2 MP front camera for video calls and a sharp 5 MP back camera, complete with auto focus.
Like most other 7 to 8 inch tablets, the Frenzy 8Z has been designed to be held in portrait mode. Given its thin ergonomics, users can conveniently hold it with one hand. The tablet comes wireless display ready through linking with a wireless video adapter or can support a wired connection to its HDMI port. It's also Bluetooth 4 compatible for faster transfer, better connection and less power consumption when using portable speakers or other accessories.
On a recent AnTuTu Benchmark comparison (that tests performance in CPU, graphics and memory among other things), the Frenzy 8Z scored a performance of 18K, closely tailing Google's Nexus 7. It runs Android 4.2 and provides full access to all of the apps via the Google Play Store, as well as links to other Android devices through the user's Google account.
This tablet is part of a new product-line that Western Leaf is concurrently launching in North America and the Middle East. It's available for purchase on Amazon, as well as select retailers in Middle East (including: http://www.tejuri.com, http://www.MarkaVIP.com and http://www.souq.com)
About Western Leaf Electronics:
Western Leaf Electronics, Inc. (http://www.wleaf.com)