Milagrow has announced today the launch of its TabTop PC – the new M8 Pro 3G tablet running on Android Jelly Bean OS, exclusively on the leading e-commerce portal Snapdeal.com for Rs. 25,990. As an introductory offer, the M8 would be available on Snapdeal.com at a special launch price of Rs19,999/- for a week.
The TabTop PC is powered by a Rockhip 3188 Quadcore processor that clocks speeds up to 1.6Ghz. This processor is based on ARM’s cortex A9 design architecture, which delivers speed upto 3 times faster than the processors based on A5 cortex and upto 1.8 times faster than A7 cortex family processors. This tablet features a capacitive touch panel with 1280×800 resolution and 9.4” screen size combined with a Gorilla Glass. M8 Pro 3G comes with 16GB inbuilt storage, which can be expanded to 64GB via a micro SD card. Together with an option to support external storage up to 2TB and a 2GB dual channel DDR3 RAM included, this tablet offers productivity and serious performance akin to the latest Laptops.
M8 Pro 3G tablet is equipped with a 5MP primary camera with LED flash for HD recording, and also has 2MP secondary camera in the front for video-calling. The company claims that this tablet has battery life of over 12 hours, and has dual speakers for surround sound effect.
Some other key features:
- The wide IPS angle of 178 degrees, for viewing the display while being away from the centre and without having to huddle in front of the device
- 10 inbuilt sensors such as ECompass, EyeProtect etc.
- For connectivity, this tablet supports 5th Generation WiFi technology, and has an inbuilt 3G SIM
- HDMI Miracast technology which allows it to share audio and video with other devices wirelessly
Commenting on the launch, Milagrow Founder Mr. Rajeev Karwal said , “ We are excited to launch the new M8 Pro 3G. This TabTop PC packs performance of the latest quadcore technology with an unrivalled feature set of mobile sensors and user interface with an optimum battery life. The TabTop Pc is specially designed for users who demand serious computing power from their mobile devices and can be used by professionals on the go and also for leisure purposes such as video streaming”