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Indian company launches 7 inch tab for Rs 10,200

The Android 2.3 based tablet, launched by Bangalore based Digital Waves, has 1 GHz processor.

Digital Waves, a Bangalore based IT company, has announced the launch of a new Android 2.3 based 7 inch tablet. The tablet, named as Tabplus Rio, is powered with 1 GHz Cortex A9 processor with embedded Mali 400 graphics processor.

Its 7 inch screen uses capacitive touch technology with 5 point touch. Tabplus Rio weighs 350 grams and measures 203 x 120 x 13 mm. The tablet runs on Android 2.3 and comes with memory of 512 MB DDR2 and storage up to 32 GB via Micro SD.

The tablet has built in support for Flash 11, and supports video chat on Skype using front facing Camera and HD video play back. There is, however, no rear facing camera.

The tablet has 4 side Gravity sensor, and supports Android market. In terms of connectivity, it has HDMI and USB slot, WiFi and Bluetooth for wireless connectivity. The tablet also supports USB dongle for 3G connectivity.

The tablet comes with a 3000 mAH battery with a 1 year warranty. Currently the tablet is only available through the companies office in Bangalore. Users can call 91 98807 15251 to buy the tablet. Though it is priced at Rs 11,999, the tablet is right now available for Rs 10,200.

Spokesperson of Digigital Waves said, “Our company is the distributor of brands like Mercury, Apple and Transcend we are also working on both a bigger version as well as a cheaper version of the tablet.”

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