New Delhi, Feb 11 (TruthDive): An Indian company iBerry, which is famous for its low cost tablet PC, has officially announced its first Android 4.0 tablet. Priced at Rs 10,000, the tablet will start to penetrate the market on March 2012.
The tab priced at around Rs. 10,000 will make it the cheapest ICS supported tablet available in the market at present.
iBerry has already release two different kind of Android tablet for the local India market. The first one is currently called as BT07 that feature 7 inch screen, while the other model dubbed as BT10 with its 10 inch display.
The new ICS tablet is named as iBerry Auxus AX02 and comes with a capacitive 7” screen size with a resolution of 800×480 pixels running on 1GHz processor with 1GB of DDR2 RAM. A dedicated graphic engine is also built in for a better graphic performance.
Auxus AX02 is provided with HDMI output and support for 3G USB modem to provide data connectivity. This tablet will be with maximum resolution of 800 x 480 pixels resolutions and it will come with multi touch for pinch and zoom function. It also adds gyro based motion sensor which provides better gaming support.
The big thing included in this tablet is the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system and it will be capable of handling up to 32 GB of expandable memory via micro SD cards. Also the handset will be with mini USB support for pen drives and other peripherals too.
The Auxus AX02 model could be purchased from major online retailers in different cities all over the country from next month.
iBerry is further providing 1 year warranty for the product that will be taken care of by their service department. They have also given a toll free contact number through which customers can clear all of their queries.