The LapTab is powered by Intel’s 1.46GHz Celeron processor along with 2GB of RAM, and flaunts a 10.1-inch IPS touch display. Micromax has bundled the device with a wireless keyboard to use it as a laptop. There’s 32GB of internal storage onboard, with an option to increase it up to 64GB using a microSD card. The device comes with the usual connectivity features like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and USB. On the downside, users will have to restart the LapTab in order to switch from Windows 8 to Android 4.2.2 and vice versa.
Micromax is also looking to expand across global markets, and is expected to launch more products targeting consumers with specific needs in next six months. Free free to use our comments section and let us know whether you’d like to buy a Micromax hybrid for Rs 30,000.