Iberry To Launch Tablet Under Rs. 7,000

Iberry To Launch Tablet Under Rs. 7,000
The price game has begun in the tablet market too with Iberry now set to overtake Beetel in offering the cheapest tablet in the Indian market following its launch on October 10, 2011. There is no doubt that competitively priced tablets will sell like hot cakes. Beetel’s Magiq, that sells for Rs 9, 000, boasts attractive features such as front and rear cameras, 3G support with calling and a processor of 1 GHZ. The model has been so popular that Beetel has been unable to meet the demand resulting in waiting periods for consumers.

Iberry would like to spoil the party and claim its share of the pie. Iberry is a new player in the Indian market. The Hong Kong-based manufacturer plans to kick-start its campaign with a bang by launching a 7 inch and a 10 inch tablet.

The 7 inch tablet will be the cheapest in India at a price of only Rs. 6,990 and will feature Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS. Called Iberry BT07, the 7 inch model features in-built storage capacity of 4 GB, 3G USB modem support and HDMI output. The memory can be expandable up to 32 GB through a Micro SD card while the USB port ensures connection with other vital devices.

It is powered by an ARM Cortex A8 1.2 Ghz processor supported by a 512 MB DDR2 RAM. With a 7 inch display, the screen has a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels with resistive touch-based input. Iberry BT07 also has Flash 10.3 support. Gamers can be delighted in the fact that the tablet provides good gaming

support with OpenGL ES 2.0 and Gyro-based motion sensor. Iberry BT10 tablet has a 10-inch screen of a mega resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels and with a capacitive 6 point touch based display. Powered by a 1.2 Ghz processor supported by a 512 MB DDR2 RAM, the BT10 also comes with the Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS. It has 4 GB of in-built storage with the ability to expand to up to 32 GB with Micro SD cards. HDMI output is offered while the mini USB port enhances connectivity with pen drives or other devices. 3G/2G SIM support is also offered.

Like the BT07, BT10 supports hard gaming thanks to OpenGL ES 2.0 and the Gyro-based motion sensor. Flash 10.3 supports ensure a great video streaming and web browsing experience. The BT10 will be sold for a price of Rs. 14,990. Iberry BT10 is likely to set the sales charts on fire as well, though probably not much as its Rs. 6,990 sibling, the BT07.

Following their launch on October 10, Iberry plans to launch these attractive tablets through retail partners and the online retail network. Peace of mind is ensured with the 1 year comprehensive warranty and a toll-free number provided for reliable and quick servicing. Iberry tablets can be serviced all over the country.

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