starting from Rs 13,999 (approx $ 313) the company aims to cash in on the burgeoning 'tablet' market.
While the bigger brands like Apple's iPad and Research in Motions's PlayBook are priced above Rs 25,000 (approx $ 559), the smaller competitors are focusing on price conscious customers.
These tablets will be available in two variants -- 7-inch (Rs 13,999) and 10-inch (Rs 14,999) in India. These tablets with multi-touch capacitive displays sport a 1.2 GHz ARM Cortex A8 processor and 512 MB RAM with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth® 2.1.
They come equipped with a 2 MP rear as well as front camera for video calling. Adobe Flash 10.1 support is present and therefore no compromise has been made towards delivering a good web browsing experience. It also has Micro-SD card slot (Max 32 GB), and the weight: 795g for Enjoy 10 and 395g for Enjoy 7.
As per the company the series is designed to offer productivity on the go and help connect with friends.You can order the tablet online from http://in.msi.com/TabletPC.aspx
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