In a development that underlines the huge market for tablet computers in India, Beetel has reported to have run out of its stock of Magiq tablets.
The Bharti enterprise, however, said that it has now received fresh stocks of the tablet and that these will be available across Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Bangalore and Jalandhar by Monday.
The rest of the country will have to wait for another 2-3 weeks to lay its hands on the tablet. A spokesperson of the company confirmed it to The Mobile Indian, saying, “We were out of stock for this tablet PC, and we are glad to make it available once again from Monday in the five cities of Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Bangalore and Jalandhar. In the rest of the tier one and tier two cities the tablet will be available in the next 2-3 weeks.”
Magiq, which is touted as India’s cheapest tablet PC, comes at an unbelievable price of Rs 9,000. It comes with impressive specifications like a 1 GHz processor, 3G support with calling, and front and rear cameras.
It has a 7 inch WVGA resistive touchscreen display with Android 2.2 Froyo operating system. The tablet allows 2G and 3G SIM calling and also has a stand at the back.
Besides, Magiq has 2 megapixel cameras both at the front and the back. Its 8 GB of internal memory can be expanded up to 32 GB, and it is powered by a 2200 mAh battery. The tablet also offers 3G connectivity and WiFi.