Looking for a tablet? Kata T4 is currently on sale today at Kata’s Website.

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Here’s our verdict on Kata. The verdict below may also be seen on our full review here.

Kata did a great job in utilizing the hardware that came with the T4 and adding just the right amount of extra software perks in the right places to not destroy the user experience. For this reason, we wouldn’t be surprised if people started lining up to get the T4 in stores, especially since Christmas is right around the corner. There are many alternatives, to be sure, but there’s a lot of good hiding behind the Kata name here, and most people probably wouldn’t regret sampling it.

1. If you wish to see it in action, check out our unboxing video below.

Kata T4 Android Tablet Unboxing and Device Preview

2. Easy on the Eyes HD IPS Display

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Its biggest and most prominent component is the display, which measures 7.85-inches diagonally, and offers a native resolution of 1024×768. Not exactly promising, but at least it uses an HD IPS panel, which proved to be easy on the eyes.

3. Tablet in Good Form and Build

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The build quality is surprisingly reassuring for a budget tablet, but that may have something to do with the fact that it just isn’t a small tablet.

4. Not Your Typical Phablet

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Support for 3G mobile data makes the Kata T4 a fairly versatile little gadget, with the ability to not only serve up your favorite videos and Web pages, but also let you communicate whenever there’s cellular network coverage available. This is if you don’t want to use Wi-Fi and broadband Internet, of course. But still, the fact that the Kata T4 has SIM card slots means that you can use it as a full-blown phablet — a phone and a tablet, too.
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Giancarlo Viterbo is a Filipino Technology Journalist, blogger and Editor of GadgetPilipinas.net, He is also a Geek, Dad and a Husband. He knows a lot about washing the dishes, doing some errands and following instructions from his boss on his day job. Follow him on twitter: @gianviterbo and @gadgetpilipinas.