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HCL launches tablet with voice call HCL Me V1

|January 7 2013 |Tablets


HCL Info systems has come forward with another Gadget  in the segment of Tablets in the Indian Market. Infibeam has recently launched HCL Me V1 on its online store.

HCL has launched its another Budget Tablet in the Market in order to give a tough competition to the different Tablets manufactured from the other brands.

HCL Me V1 sports a 7-inch (17.7 cm) Capacitive Multi Touch Screen bearing a resolution of 800x480 pixels. The new Tablet from the Indian Manufacturer runs on Android 4.0.4 (Ice Cream Sandwich) Operating System. HCL has accompanied its new innovation with 1GHz Cortex-A8 Processor along with 1GB RAM.

HCL Me V1 houses an Internal Memory of 4GB along with the flexibility of External Memory up to 32GB. The Budget Tablet features a 2MP Camera with LED Flash on the Rear Side and a VGA Camera on the Front. It provides its users with 1080 pixels Full HD Support.

On the Connectivity Front HCL Me V1 includes 3G, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth features. The 2G Voice Calling Features accompanied by the Tablet has made it capable stand in a distinct manner in the range of Gadgets available in the Price Range. HCL Me V1 has got its price listed at Rs. 7789 from its manufacturer. The Android Tablet has been fueled up with a 3200mAh Li-Polymer Battery.

On the Sad part HCL Me V1 does not support Android Play Store but it supports its inbuilt Me App Store. The Tablet has been provided with G-sensor feature in order to provide the Gamers a tremendous Gaming experience.

However it is yet to be seen how the market responds to the new Gadget from HCL.


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