Hindu manufacturer DataWind tablet announced the introduction of its offer first device running on Intel processor. The advantage of the new model i3G7 is also to be its low price.
DataWind is famous for creating and selling low-cost tablets. To date, the manufacturer used the solutions of other component suppliers and tablet i3G7 is the first that uses a processor developed by Intel. He cooperated well with the network of Reliance Communications, which will offer this tablet with an annual, free Internet for prepaid GSM SIM.DataWind Ubislate i3G7 a 7-inch device with a resolution of 1024×600 pixels IPS. The performance of the tablet consists mentioned, quad-core processor Intel Atom X3, clocking at a frequency of 1.2 GHz and 1 GB of RAM. Available data allocated to the user 8 GB of internal memory which can be expanded using a microSD card slot up to 32 GB. The rest of the specifications was listed as a 2-megapixel camera and a front webcam for video calls with a resolution of VGA. Implemented battery has a capacity of 2800 mAh, which translates into 120 hours left in the tablet standby or up to 4 hours of talk time with its use. In the tablet, there was also a 3G modules (dual SIM), 802.11n WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS and USB OTG. The dimensions of the tablet DataWind Ubislate i3G7 is 188 x 107 x 9.8 mm. The device weighs 278 grams and is unfortunately driven by an older version of Android, namely 5.1 Lollipop. The new product will be offered for the price of 5999 Rs (about 340 zlotys at the current exchange rate), although the site Gadgets360 its price set at 4444 rupees (252 gold at the current exchange rate). Source: Gadgets360 [CST_4 ]