i-Tab debuts in India

i-Tab debuts in India

Intex Technologies has launched its first tablet – The i-Tab – across the country. Looking at the fast-growing tablets market in India, the company has expanded its product portfolio and is all geared up to offer innovative models in the tablet space. Equipped with an array of rich applications and features, the Android tablet is attractively priced at Rs.11,900. As an introductory offer, Intex is bundling the i-Tab with an INTEX 3G data card, a LAN Adaptor, an Exclusive leather cover and a pair of Reebok Sunglasses at no extra cost to the consumer.

 

Sanjay Kumar, General Manager, Mobile Business, Intex Technologies (India) Ltd., said, “Intex has been offering affordable user-friendly products across various categories for over 16 years now and our loyal customer base is a living testimonial to our claim. Empowering and delighting our customers through technology has been at the core of all our offerings. This makes us consistently innovate and diversify into newer portfolios enabling customers to harness the power of computing technology. The i-Tab will surely offer an engaging, entertaining and enriching experience for our customers.”

 

Functioning on the 2.3 version of the Android operating system, the i-Tab is powered by a 1 GHz cortex A8 core processor which is supported by a 512MB DDR3 RAM. It has an 8″ capacitive two-point touchscreen display that is capable of livening up high-definition videos and films. The 360-degree G-Sensor feature makes it a complete entertainment and leisure device. It also has a memory capacity of 8GB which is expandable up to 32GB. The tablet is powered by a 5,000 mAh battery giving it a back up of 5-6 hours.

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