Wednesday, 8 January 2014

Micromax LapTab Launched with 10-inch Display, Windows & Android Dual-boot – Specs, Details

Micromax launched its 10.1 inch tablet called as Canvas Laptab with dual OS. This announcement is the first made b an Indian Company at the Consumer Electronic Show (CES) 2014. This device is the first dual boot tablet launched by Micromax, where all the earlier tablets were based on Android Operating System.

This Canvas Laptab is powered by a 1.46 GHz Celeron N2805 processor, coupled with a 2 GB RAM and will be running on Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean and also Windows 8 Operating System this device has a flaunting 10.1 inch 1280 x 800 pixles IPS display. It has a 2 MP front camera and does not feature a rear camera. The Canvas Laptab has a on board storage of 32 GB and is expandable upto 64 GB via micro SD card slot.
This device also comes with Wi-Fi connectivity and Bluetooth v4.0. 3G connectivity will be known later as the company did not reveal anything over it. There is a 7400 mAh battery powering the device and we can easily expect to last a day, with single charge. The LapTab comes with a transleeve which can be used as a cover and stand for the wireless keyboard with a 230 mAh battery that weights about 580 grams.

Commenting on the launch, Rahul Sharma, Co-Founder, Micromax said, Today, we are taking the next leap in raising the innovation bar globally, with the introduction of LapTab. Over the past few years, we have been witnessing a growing trend of increasing consumer demand for two operating systems in one device, which offers a blend of great PC like productivity in a tablet like form factor for seamless consumption. The Micromax LapTab fulfills that consumer need by giving them access to the world’s first dual-boot tablet. Combining functionality and style, the LapTab further builds on our promise to constantly empower our users with superior technology that directly addresses their needs.
This Canvas LapTab will be hitting the market in February in Indian stores and there is no word on the pricing yet. So are you interested in getting this Canvas LapTab that is a dual boot tablet running on two different Operating Systems? Stay with us for more updates from CES 2014.

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