Datawind breaks new price barriers
Consolidating its leadership in the low cost internet connectivity and web access device segment, DataWind, maker of UbiSlate Tablets and PocketSurfer Smartphones have expanded their portfolio with the introduction of 10.1 inch tablets.
Expands UbiSlate portfolio with 10.1” Tablets
Consolidating its leadership in the low cost internet connectivity and web access device segment, DataWind, maker of UbiSlate Tablets and PocketSurfer Smartphones have expanded their portfolio with the introduction of 10.1 inch tablets. Breaking price barriers for these large form factors, the company has launched its 10.1 inch Wifi tablet at Rs 5,999 making it thus far the lowest priced and most competitively spec’d product in the Indian tablet market. The company has also introduced the first 10 inch tablet computer with embedded 3G modems under Rs10,000. The new tablets will debut on India’s largest online marketplace Snapdeal.
The 10.1 inch new tablets sports a sleek look. Designed to suit users’ lifestyle and comfort, these two new additions to the existing range, incorporate large bright display, greater depth and enhanced resolution; on-the-go connectivity option, dual cameras, expandable memory up to 32GB; a variety of connectivity ports including an HDMI and some fabulous apps for productivity, education and entertainment. UbiSlate3G10has double the internal memory when compared to UbiSlate 10Ci and provides ubiquitous connectivity to the user on the move with its dual SIM,WiFi, HSDPA and Bluetooth connectivity.
Suneet Singh Tuli, president and CEO, DataWind, stated “There is an increasing interest in larger sized screens, especially for people looking for their first computer. We were the first to offer the 9 inch tablet at the most affordable price. Our 10 inch marvels are a first in their class, beating the existing product range available in the market by a good 25 per cent margin over existing prices. As its predecessors, these tablets offer just the right mix of features and on-the-go connectivity.”