There seems plenty of super affordable tablet that launched in India for the last three months. We’ve already witness the world’s most cheap tablet, Aakash. Today, the South Asia country welcome the Tabplus Rio. This table worked under Android 2.3 Gingerbread and offer open access to Google’s Android Market, which currently has more than 3 million android apps. Tabplus Rio was developed by an Indian manufacturer called as Digital Waves, a company that currently based at Bangalore.
This tablet is packed with a Cortex A9 CPU that currently clocked at 1GHz. It is carry on 7 inch touch screen with HD display technology that able to provide maximum 800 x 480 pixels resolution display. The CPU unit is also accompanied by 512MB DDR2 RAM and internal data storage that is expandable up to 32GB using the available microSD card slot.
Digital Waves claim that this tablet is able to provide users with enhanced experience in web browsing and multitasking. The tablet is also fully support for Adobe Flash Player version 10.1, WiFi and 3G Internet connection. Tabplus Rio is currently weighs at 320 grams and has 203 x 120 x 13 millimeters dimension. There’s a web camera that can be utilized for video call purpose. Users can also play some of their HD video collection on this tablet without any problem.
If you’re happen to live in India, Tabplus Rio is currently available at digitalwaves.in for Rs. 11,990. The company also packed it with full one year warranty and asked nothing for the shipment cost.tags: Affordable, Android, India, Tablet, Tabplus Rio