Friday, July 23, 2010

Olive unveils India's First 3G Tablet

Olive has launched India's first 3G network supporting tablet OlivePad VT-100.

Sporting a 7-inch capacitive touchscreen, this  tablet comes loaded with Google's Android OS.

It's the first Indian tablet to have 3G support and has all major features ideally sought in a full feature tablet.
The OlivePad is expected to hit Croma retail stores in August and is expected be sold below Rs. 25,000.

The all new OlivePad VT-100 comes with 600MHz Qualcomm M7227 chipset and is India's first 3.5G tablet with HSUPA (High Speed Uplink Packet Access) support. 

Olive has loaded 512MB ROM and 512MB RAM which can be expanded to 32GB with a memory card. 

OlivePad will have quad-band GSM support and also would be available with tri-band WCDMA support. 

At the rear of the tablet, there is a 3 megapixel autofocus camera supporting 4x zoom. 

This glossy appearing tablet also has Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g) and Bluetooth support. 

Olive has also added compass, G-sensor, ambient light sensor and dual speakers in the tablet. 

Users would be able to read ebooks and browse web over the webkit browser with Flash support.

What really makes OlivePad distinct is that it is loaded with features of a tablet as well as a smartphone.

While Apple's iPad tablet is yet to hit Indian shores officially, OlivePad makes an impressive entry.

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