Tuesday, 12 March 2013

Micromax, Karbonn & Classpad competing in Indian tablet market


Powered with features like Android 4 OS and internal memory of 4GB. Micromax Funbook Tablet features 7 " Capacitive Touch Screen and 3G connectivity which put this tab in better than position than other competitors in low price segment in India.Inbuilt memory: 4GB & Expandable memory: 32GB.

As the season of tablets is going on, Karbonnmobiles too jump into tablet business with the Karbonn Smart Tab 1.Other tablet in the same price range are Micromax Funbook tab and HCL ME Tab. Although the Karbonn claims that its Smart Tab has superior as compare to other tablets.7 inch Capacitive Multi Touchscreen, 1.2 GHz Processor, Android v4.0 and The 4 GB memory, expandable up to 32 GB, allows for convenient storage option. 

Although there are a number of tablets available in the market but Classpad is the only tablet focused on adaptive learning. On Classpad you will have access to learning modules, tests, e books, games and much more. Classpads come pre-loaded with the Classpad Application and many other educational apps and educational games.
The configuration is:
OS: Android 4.0
Processor: Cortex A8 (1.2 GHz)
Size: 203.2 by 153.8 by 11.2 mm
RAM: 1 GB DDR2
Internal memory: 8GB
External memory: MicroSD card slot (expandable upto 32 GB)
Display: 8" TFT LCD (1024x768), capacitive multi-touch screen
Wi-Fi: IEEE 802.11 b/g/n
Connectivity to TV/Projectors: Mini HDMI, type C (1080p and 720p supported)
Audio port: 3.5mm headphone, stereo speakers, built-in microphone
USB: USB 2.0 Hi-speed
Front-facing camera: 0.3 MP
Battery: Rechargeable Li-poly battery Power Adapter (DC 9V, 2A); up to 6 hours music, 4 hours video, 4 hours web browsing 

Classpad is afforadable and value for money as compared to other high-end tablets available in the market. It has a robust configuration and comes pre-loaded with the unique Classpad application, which is missing in other tablets.

In its 4Q (October-December) 2012 report for Tablet devices announced today, CMR reported that India sold 1.09 million units for the period, which accounted for 35.33% of the total shipments for the entire year.  At the same time, shipments for the full CY 2012 clocked 3.11 million units.

Commenting on the results, Faisal Kawoosa, Lead Telecoms Analyst, CMR said, “The year 2012 and particularly the last two quarters (3Q 2012 and 4Q 2012) were significant for the India Tablets market. We have seen the market for these devices grow substantially in 2012, particularly in the second half which made up for over 70% of the total sales.”

     

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