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HCL forays into tablet space

The tablets are now available on HCL's online store for sale with EMI starting from as low as Rs 2,500.

Though not officially launched, HCL’s three new tablet computers are now available for sale on its online store with EMI starting from as low as Rs 2,500.

All the three tablets are slated to launch this month. However, there was no official announcement on this till now. HCL is expected to do an official announcement on the same this week.

The cheapest of the three, the HCL ME AE7-A1 carries a price tag of Rs 14,990. This tablet computer features a seven inch resistive touch screen, a low power consuming 800 Mhz Arm cortex processor, Android 2.2 Froyo, WiFi, Bluetooth, 2400 mAh battery pack, 256 MB RAM with 2GB inbuilt memory, and a 32 GB expandable memory card slot.

This tablet also features dongle direct connector option which allow users to connect EVDO dongle directly to this device for internet connectivity.

HCL ME AM7-A1 is the mid range tablet computer that costs only Rs 22,990. It has a seven inch capacitive touch screen, a performance friendly A8 processor, 512MB of RAM with 8GB built in memory and 32 GB expandable card slot, Android 2.2 froyo, and a 4200 mAh battery pack for a longer battery backup.

It also features full HD video playback and has a 3G WCDMA SIM slot too for internet connectivity on the go.

ME AP10-A1 is the last and the most expensive tablet PC from HCL’s range. With a price tag of Rs 32,990, this tablet computer features a 10 inch screen, 1GHz dual core processor, 3D accelerometer, 1GB RAM with 16 GB inbuilt memory, 3650 mAh battery pack and Android 2.2.

It also features full HD video playback and has a 3G WCDMA SIM slot too for internet connectivity on the go.

With the launch of new tablet computers, HCL is aiming to add some competition to the tablet computer market which was so far being dominated by brands like Samsung and Apple only.

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