InnJoo’s Leap tablets boot Windows 8.1 OS on a 8″ touchscreen
Have you been looking for a cheap Windows tablet? If yes, Dubai-based InnJoo may have just brought a solution for your problems. The tech company has introduced two new slates called the InnJoo Leap and InnJoo Leap2 — the two tablets share similar specs save the Leap is void of a SIM slot while the Leap2 features a single SIM slot with GSM and 3G support.
Spec-wise, InnJoo’s Leap tablets feature an 8-inch IPS HD (800 x 1280 pixels) touchscreens. They are both powered by Intel’s BayTrail T-CR Z3735G processor alongside 1GB of RAM and 16GB of in-built storage. The tabs feature microSD card slots for memory expansion and both have a 4000mAh Li-Polymer battery.
In terms of design, they both measure 207.2 by 122.5 mm but Leap2 is fatter by 0.2 mm at 9.2 mm, tipping the scale at 346 grams against the InnJoo Leap’s 330 grams weight.
For camera, the tabs use a 5-megapixel snapper at the back (no LED flash), and a 2MP front-facing selfie unit. They both run on a full version of Windows 8.1 operating system.
InnJoo Leap and InnJoo Leap2 will be sold in Nigeria exclusively by Jumia. The Leap is already on sale at the e-commerce site priced 19,995 Nigerian naira ($111). The Leap2 is expected to hit the shelves by the end of this year at a faintly higher price.
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