iBall Introduces Intel Processor Powered Tablet

iballdfdiBall has announced the launch of a new device which upgrades the company Tablet PC portfolio. The new product ‘iBall Slide 3G-i80’ is the first Intel Processor tablet with Android OS.

The Tablet has wide connectivity options, which include Wi-Fi, Micro USB Port, Micro HDMI port, Bluetooth, USB OTG function and voice calling. 3G-i80 sports a 5MP AF rear camera and 2MP front facing best suited for capturing selfies and video chatting. The tablet offers optimum amount of storage with 16GB built-in, which is further expandable up to 32 GB via the Micro SD card. It has 1GB RAM built-in.

iBall Slide 3G i80 supports several multimedia features, which includes wirelessly sharing the content of the Tablet on TV via Cast Screen and creating multiple users and profiles that enables to customize as per needs and requirements as well as have options to restrict access to applications.

Preloaded with 19 Indian Languages, it enables the users to overcome regional barriers and perform manifold tasks in their own preferred language including several regional languages.

Amit Gupta, director, Business Development, Intel South Asia said in the official announcement, “We would like to congratulate iBall on the launch of its new Intel Processor powered tablet. The new iBall tablet powered by the Intel Atom Processors will not only provide an ideal balance of performance and battery life but will also deliver a great value for money proposition to its users.”

Sandeep Parasrampuria, director, iBall says, “We take pride in presenting our first Android based Tablet on Intel platform. Intel is undisputedly most powerful processor and its X86 architecture makes it stand apart. We are sure iBall 3G-i80 with Intel processor and power packed with very exciting specifications will be well liked by every user. It will surely deliver terrific performance.”

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