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There is no measure of just how important techno gadgets are in the lives of an average multitasker of the 21st century. Seeing the upsurge in the demand for such devices some brands have gone ahead to launch some of the most expensive, premium ranged devices while some have chosen to make devices for the masses. One such brand is the Indian brand, iBall, which launched the world’s most inexpensive Windows tablet on Tuesday… and the price that gives it this title is Rs. 4,999. Continue reading to find out more about the most economic Windows tablet in the market…
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The iBall Slide i701, as it is named, sports a 7” full HD screen with 1280×720 resolution display. With such a screen size and resolution, the user will have a good time watching films, videos, or pictures on the tablet. The tablet also has a decent enough 2 MP rear camera to take pictures and a VGA (0.3 MP) front camera that may be used for clicking selfies and video calling. It comes equipped with a quad-core Intel Atom processor and 1 GB of RAM which should make multitasking easy. On the memory front, the iBall Slide i701 has 16 GB of built-in storage which can be expanded up to 32 GB using the microSD card. The tablet has a 3200mAh battery and connectivity options like HDMI port, USB with OTG functionality, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth. It also supports 3G via the use of a dongle.
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Windows is one of the leading OS of choice when it comes to tablets, Smartphones, or even laptops for that matter. Knowing this, iBall Slide i701 has chosen its OS well. The tablet runs Windows 8.1 out-of-the-box with the company stating that the Windows 10 update for the same will be made available later this year. It will be easy to make documents, design presentations, and work on spreadsheets as the tablet comes with a free Microsoft Office license for one year. Storing all your important and even not-so-important data will also be easy with the 1 TB of OneDrive cloud storage that it provides.
The iBall Slide i701 will come with an HDMI cable that is worth Rs 699. Not just that you also get with three replaceable protective covers that is worth Rs. 599 and that too, for free. What’s more, the back panel of the tablet sports the iBall brand ambassador Kareena Kapoor’s signature that is sure to appeal to Bollywood lovers.
The launch of the iBall Slide i701 will see it compete with some other produced-for-the-masses range of tablets; it will need to engage in some fierce advertising and marketing to get the potential buyers interested in the tablet and not the other options.
The iBall Slide i701 is available now at retail stores and on e-commerce websites, so go ahead and try out your hands on one soon…