Mercury launches 3G voice tablet, mTab Neo2

By DQW NEWS BUREAU - 4 April, 2012

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Kobian has launched mTab Neo2, its latest 3G Voice model running Android 4.0, in the Indian market. With a long battery backup of 6 hours and multi-touch capacitive screen, the tablet is said to provide users with richer experience at both work and play.

Mercury mTab Neo2 is powered with a 1.2 GHz Cortex A8 multi-tasking dual core processor, 512MB RAM and Google Android OS 2.3 Gingerbread platform. The OS can be upgraded to Android 4.0 in next four weeks. The 17.8-cm (7-inch) capacitive screen comes with 1600K colour capacitive and HD resolution for the richer viewing of widescreen movies, according to the company. It also offers in-built voice support and 3G module anywhere and anytime. Besides the front and rear-facing dual cameras, it supports better transfer through Bluetooth (V2.0 + EDR/BT3.0) function.

Sushmita Das, country manager, India, Kobian said, "Work, talk and share your stuff at high-speed, with mTab Neo2. This product comes with all the features one can ask for in the current tablet ecosystem and a little more with the upgrade to Android 4.0. It's a beautifully bundled feature rich product from Mercury. The long battery life is the topping the ice which will surely attract more customers and hence will help our partners sell more."

Priced at Rs 14,999, Mercury mTab Neo 2 is available ex-stock with a 1-year warranty.

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