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Mercury launches mTab Neo with SIM support

Priced at Rs 15,999, the 7 inch tab comes with 1 GHz dual core processor and Android operating system.

Kobian, which makes tablets under its Mercury brand, has announced its first 3G tab – Mercury mTab Neo. The earlier Mercury mTab2 has WiFi and external 3G support only.

The new Mercury mTab Neo is powered with a 1 GHz dual core processor and Android operating system. It has a 7 inch (16:9) capacitive multi-touch screen with HD resolution. The tablet comes with an in-built 3G module and SIM support that allows voice calling through mobile network as well.

The tablet supports Bluetooth 3.0 and comes with 4 GB internal storage which can be expanded up to 32 GB via a micro SD card. The tablet also has a HDMI port which will allow users to connect the tab with a HD TV.

The Mercury mTab Neo also gets dual speakers and dual camera (0.3 megapixel in the front and 2 MP at the rear), and is powered with a 4000 mAh battery.

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“mTab Neo summaries convergence and convenience. The product combines functionality of two devices and makes the experience and usage more convenient and friendly. SIM calling, Bluetooth, in-built 3G, dual camera and overall a strong processor and battery pack up – it’s a complete package needed in the growing market of tablets” said Sushmita Das, country manager, India, Kobian.

Mercury mTab Neo is available for MRP of Rs 15,999 and comes with 1 year warranty.

The tablet will face stiff competition from a host of other tablets including Reliance 3G tab, HCL Me X1, and the Beetel Magiq II. Click here to see the comparison of these affordable tablets.

Click here to check out the tablets which are set to be launched in India soon.

 

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