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Be informed. Asus to launch cheapest Jelly Bean tablets in 2013

|November 8 2012 |Android, tablet, Asus


By next two months we will witness the entry of Asus into the affordable tablet section. The tech giant announced of launching its 7 inch tablet in the Indian market.

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Managing Director of System Business Group, Asus India, Alex Huang said Asus will be launching a sub Rs 15,000 Android Jelly Bean based 7-inch tablet for the Indian market. Further, he continued that till then they did not have a tablet that catered to the entry level buyers in the country. Considering the fact that India is a huge market, but with that launch of 7-inch tablet next January, Asus would address the issue.

The day before, Asus launched Vivo Tab RT and a notebook- tablet hybrid, named Taichi, running on Windows RT operating system in India.

Vivo Tab RT has a price tag of Rs 61,999 while on the other hand, Taichi will be going for Rs 1,33,999. These two devices will make their entry into the Indian market from December onwards.

The Asus Vivo Tab RT has a 10.1-inch Super IPS+ display panel with 178 degree viewing angle. A quad core Nvidia Tegra 3 mobile processor is added for ultra speedy performance. This tablet has an optional keyboard dock and a built-in battery, for extended battery life. The cost is anonymous.

Apart from the features mentioned, one should also note that the tab possesses 64 GB of storing space, 8 megapixel auto focus rear camera with LED flash, 2 megapixel front camera, WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS, and quad-speakers with Sonic Master audio auto technology.

Both displays 11.6-inch with 10 fingers touch support, weighing 1.25 kg. This device has WiFi, Bluetooth, HDMI port, 2USB port and one mini VGA port. It also has a 5 megapixel auto focus camera and the notebook has a HD camera.


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