Friday, September 14, 2012


       Datawind launches 4 New Tablets in the Ubislate series

·         Showcasing at the Mobile and Tablet Fair-ICOMM 2012 on 14-15 September 2012!
·         7 Inch Multi-Touch Tablet cum Smartphone embedded with latest android version, over 150,000 apps, widgets, connectivity options and lot more……..!

New Delhi, 14 September, 2012:  Datawind, a leading provider of wireless web access products and services rolled out a new line of Low-Cost tablets under the Ubislate range. 

“The new range of Ubislate Tablets is packed with anytime anywhere Low-Cost Internet connectivity, UbiSurfer browser based on 18 international patents that can deliver internet access on traditional GPRS networks and a powerful combination of content and applications raising the bar in terms of meeting customers’ mobility needs. These tablets are of the gold standard when it comes to low - cost tablet cum Smart phone space being offered at an exciting price to our customers,” said Mr. Suneet Singh Tuli, CEO, Datawind Pvt. Ltd.

This brand new Ubislate range comes with a sleek look and enhanced hardware specifications. These Lightweight tablets will support smart phone communication, internet access, tablet computing and multimedia entertainment.

The 7” screen tablets support the latest Android 4.0.3 operating system that delivers a rich and much smother touch-screen user experience. With a Cortex A8, 1 GHz processor and 512MB RAM, these devices will deliver high speed surfing experience to its users. The embedded HD video co-processor delivers high quality video content making it a perfect multimedia device.
“With the upwardly mobile workforce, hands-free communication has become extremely important. Our tablets are the most durable offerings under the Ubislate umbrella. Features like HD video, great sound quality, touch screen, high speed processor, USB port, camera, G-Sensor with a long battery life are a complete value for money option for our customers,” stated Mr. Tuli.

Specification Sheet –

Model No
UbiSlate 7Ri
UbiSlate 7R+
UbiSlate 7Ci
UbiSlate 7C+
Type
Tablet
Smartphone Tablet
Tablet
Smartphone Tablet
Touch Panel
Resistive
Resistive
Capacitive
Capacitive
Processor
Cortex A8; 1Ghz
Cortex A8; 1Ghz
Cortex A8; 1Ghz
Cortex A8; 1Ghz
RAM
512MB
512MB
512MB
512MB
Display and resolution:

7” display with 800x480 pixel resolution
7” display with 800x480 pixel resolution
7” display with 800x480 pixel resolution
7” display with 800x480 pixel resolution
Flash
4GB
4GB
4GB
4GB
Android OS
 4.0.3
 4.0.3
 4.0.3
 4.0.3
Camera
 Front - VGA
 Front - VGA
 Front - VGA
 Front - VGA
Sensor
 G-Sensor
 G-Sensor
 G-Sensor
 G-Sensor
Ports
 Micro SD & Mini-USB
 Micro SD & Mini-USB
 Micro SD & Mini-USB
 Micro SD & Mini-USB
Network
WiFi
WiFi & GPRS
WiFi
WiFi & GPRS
Power and Battery Life
Up to 180 minutes on battery. AC adapter 200-240 volt range
3200 MHz battery (claimed to offer 3-4 hours of backup)

Up to 180 minutes on battery. AC adapter 200-240 volt range

3200 MHz battery (claimed to offer 3-4 hours of backup)

Audio
Audio out: 3.5mm jack / Audio in: 3.5mm jack
3.5mm jack / audio in: 3.5mm jack

Audio out: 3.5mm jack
3.5mm jack / audio in: 3.5mm jack

Storage
External 2GB to 32GB Supported





*All models are Safety and other standards compliance and Ce certification / rohs certified.

In India the devices will offer unlimited web-browsing using DataWind’s breakthrough web delivery platform for under Rs.100/month on traditional mobile networks.

The UbiSlate 7Ri, UbiSlate 7R+, UbiSlate 7Ci, UbiSlate 7C+ models will be all available at MRPs Ranging from Rs.2, 999 to Rs.4, 499.

CCEA approves disinvestment in 4 PSUs, to raise Rs 15,000 cr

The government on Friday approved sale of its minority stakes in four public sector firms -- Hindustan Copper, Oil India, MMTC and Nalco-- to raise up to Rs 15,000 crore.

The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) has, however, not taken any decision on disinvestment of Neyveli Lignite, that was also on the agenda.

The government has approved the proposal to sell 10 percent stake in Oil India Ltd and another 9.59 percent disinvestment in Hindustan Copper Ltd, sources said.

Further, the CCEA also cleared the proposal of 12.15 percent stake sale of Nalco and 9.33 percent in MMTC through Offer for Sale (OFS) route.

However, the 5 percent stake sale of Neyveli Lignite was not taken up by the CCEA, sources added.

Finance Minister P Chidambaram had last month asked officials to expedite the process of disinvestment so that state-owned companies could hit stock markets in time and help the government achieve the target of Rs 30,000 crore in the current fiscal.

Although five months have passed in the current fiscal, the government has not been able to come out with a single public issue. Raising adequate funds from disinvestment was necessary to keep in check the fiscal deficit which is facing pressure due to rising food, fuel and fertiliser subsidy bills.

The government earlier deferred the initial public offer (IPO) of Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Ltd (RINL) due to weak stock market conditions. The Rs 2,500-crore RINL issue was originally proposed to hit the markets in July.

Due to uncertain market conditions, the government in the last fiscal could raise only Rs 14,000 crore from disinvestment against the target of Rs 40,000 crore.
(DD-14.9)

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