Taiwanese manufacturer MSI launched two Enjoy series tablets today looking to make inroads in to the burgeoning laptop market in India. The tablets are based on Google Android platform and have complete PC like functionalities even with their small size.
The two variants of the enjoy series consists of a 7 inch and a 10 inch models. They portable design of these tablets is meant to provide you productivity on the move and stay in touch with friends and family. The manufacturer is targeting to sell 10 thousand copies of the tablet before Diwalli festival this year as said by the MSI India General manager Eric Kuo. Last year MSI launched their Windows based tablet named WinPad.
Both the variants feature 1.2Ghz Cortex ARM processors with 512 MB of RAM. The tablets come with decent connectivity and multimedia features like Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, a dual 2MP camera. The storage capacity is 4GB of internal memory and external memory support via micro SD card up to 32GB.Other features include support for Adobe Flash10.1, ecompass, Ambient light sensor and accelerometer. However it lacks GPS connectivity it is not a great concern because the market still not ripe for features as such. The general manage also added that they would be looking to launch a 3G supported tablet as the market gets ripped for it by the end of this year.
Certainly the tablets are not comparable with the iPad but it still provides the users with all the necessary features at a very affordable price. The 7inch model is priced at Rs.13,999 while the 10 inch variant is priced at Rs.14,999.