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iBerry launches Android ICS tablet for Rs 9,990

The Android 4.0 based iBerry Auxus tablet comes with a 1 GHz Arm Cortex A8 processor for a price tag of Rs 9,990.

Chennai based iBerry India, a brand associated with the manufacturing of low cost Android tablets, has announced the launch of its first ever Android Ice Cream Sandwich based tablet for the Indian customers. The new iBerry Auxus AX 02 is a 7 inch tablet based on Google’s Android 4.0 operating system.

The iBerry Auxus AX02 tablet has a 1 GHz Arm Cortes A8 processor with a dedicated graphics engine for speed and better graphic capabilities. Along with that the Auxus features a 1 GB of DDR2 RAM, and WiFi connectivity with support for b, g and n standards. The 7 inch display features a 800 x 400 pixel resolution and a five point capacitive touch based input system with pinch to zoom (in and out) functionality. For better gaming support it will have a Gyro based motion sensor which records accurate motion information.

The device is based on Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) operating system and will be capable of handling up to 32 GB of expandable memory via a Micro SD card. Also the device has a Mini USB on-the-go port that will allow users to connect devices such as pen drives and other peripherals to the tablet without any problems. Besides, Auxus AX02 also features HDMI output which is capable of handling full high definition 1080p video playback on bigger screen devices.

The device is now available through online retail stores and the retail sale partners of iBerry across India. The company is offering a 1 year comprehensive warranty for the device which will be handled by company’s service network throughout India. The company has also set up a toll free number for service network for easy and reliable servicing for the buyers. Along with that the tablet will come with an on-site warranty which means if the tablet encounters some problems, then the company will get it picked up from your home for servicing and repairs.

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