Affordable tablet with free internet for 1 year launched by Datawind
Datawind has launched a tablet called UbiSlate 7C+x, which comes equipped with one year of free and unlimited internet — all for a price of USD $89.
UbiSlate 7C+x was put with the combined effort of Canadian mobile company Datawind alongside Reliance Communications with the latter providing the facility of free internet. The new slate is a dual SIM tablet which comes with a microUSB powered external keyboard. In addition to that, the tablet supports voice calling facility, which makes it a dual purpose tablet. Coming with a dual core CPU, UbiSlate 7C+x packs a dual front and rear camera unit. A 4GB internal flash storage is also inbuilt that can be expanded up to 64 GB.
The soft features of the tablet are also amazing. The interface has separate access to Facebook and emailing facilities ensuring that users can access these applications with one touch. A default UbiSurfer browser is pre installed, aiding in free accessibility to the internet. However, in case, a different browser is used, respective charges would have to be paid.
The patented UbiSurfer is in alignment with net neutrality as it gives access to all the websites without any restriction to any customer. All the more, the makers, who claim the factory which manufactures the device at Amritsar, in India, has a capacity of producing two hundred thousand units per month, are aiming to expand this.
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