World’s First TabTop PC

World’s First TabTop PC
Milagrow Business and Knowledge Solutions, India's tech solutions provider based in Gurgaon, has attempted to shake the world with TabTop PC, the world's first tablet that can actually be used as a PC. At first glance TabTop PC looks like an ordinary tablet but when it is made to stand almost vertically on its durable leather case, you begin to wonder what its true intentions are.

Milagrow has packed the TabTop PC with hardware features not generally found in other tablets. These include USB port, SD card reader and a HDMI port. It is powered by an A2918 1.2 GHz Cortex processor with 1GB DDR3 RAM for the 32 GB model and 512MB DDR3 RAM for the 16GB model. The 1024x768-pixel multi-touch display is truly attractive and made more desirable with the capacitive display.

Milagrow TabTop PC is loaded with Android 2.3.1 operating system. Already, this unique tablet seems to exceed the features on regular tablets, making it ideal for use for professional applications by businessmen and travelling executives.

Entertainment is on the agenda too, and TabTop PC can record a full HD 1080p video. It supports Adobe Flash 11 and is available with more than 10 hours of battery life from the 5000 mAh battery. It has a built-in 3G module that will make it compatible with most of the 3G providers in India. It also features a 2 megapixel rear camera and a VGA front facing camera which would make it ideal for videoconferencing.

But the comprehensiveness of Milagrow Tab Top PC is really felt is the presence of more than 50 pre-loaded applications that focus on various topics such as Networking, Utility, Productivity, Women, Finance, Medical, Education, Media, etc.

But being an Indian player, the comprehensive entertainment and business-oriented hardware and software features on Milagrow Tab Top PC will seem more attractive with competitive pricing. Founder and CEO of Milagrow Business and Knowledge Solutions, Rajeev Karwal has revealed that the price in India of the 16GB version is around Rs. 25,000 while the 32GB version is priced at approximately Rs. 29,500 which isn't exactly attractive pricing.

But Karwal claims that too many tablet manufacturers focus on making tablets cheaper and thereby compromise greatly on the features available. He believes most tablets cannot satisfy all the needs of professionals and are therefore not quite useful. Travelling executives will also have to carry a laptop along with them for their business needs.

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