A couple of months back, Smartron, India's first global IoT brand, launched its tbook at Rs. 39,999. exclusively on online space including Smartron.com, Gadgets 360 and Amazon.in.
Now the recent news is that the Smartron will sell the tbook in the off-line space offering the customers with more purchase options. As a result of this tie up, the tbook will be priced at Rs 42,999 and will be available in major IT multi brand retail outlets.
In Bengaluru, the tbook will be available at Mega IT and C store located in Koramanagala and Indiranagar respectively. Prakash Retail in Udupi and RT Computers in Hubli are the other outlets where the tbook will be available in Karnataka.
The device is equipped with tstore, tcloud and tcare which provides the user with a platform to experience unique Smartron services. Reiterating the specs once again, the smartron tbook comes packed with 12.2-inch WQXGA display, Intel Core M processor, 4GB LPDDR3 RAM, 128GB SSD storage with expandable options.
Further, this smartphone is powered by a Windows 10 OS and comes with 5MP/2MP camera package. This 2-in-1 comes with connectivity options such as WiFi 802.11 ac dual-band MIMO, Bluetooth, 2x USB 3.0, micro HDMI, USB Type-C.
Moreover, this convertible is powered by a 37Wh battery with up to 10h of promised battery life on board.
"The tbook was our first product and has received tremendous response. Our 2-in-1 ultrabook convertible has a distinctive dual tone styling with an all metal unibody and is an ideal workstation. With our partnership with Redington, we hope to reach a wider consumer base and give them an opportunity to experience our unique product and services.'' stated Mr. Mahesh Lingareddy, Founder & Chairman, Smartron India Pvt Ltd.
According to Mr. P S Neogi, Joint COO, Redington India, "We are extremely pleased to partner with Smartron, which has developed a very aspirational and uniquely styled tbook that truly showcases India's innovation in design and development capabilities in the technology sector. Smartron has demonstrated that India has the talent and is ready to build a brand that can go truly global. We look forward to this partnership in promoting a truly 'Made in India' device."