Binatone unveils Android Touch Tablet to India

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NEW DELHI, INDIA: Binatone, the UK-based international telecom giant, enters in Indian Market with the launch of its Touch Tablet priced at Rs. 9,000.


The all new Home Surf Touch tablet, which is almost as slim as the iPad, runs Android 1.6, has an 8 inch resistive screen, Wi-Fi, 2 GB onboard storage, 128 MB RAM and is powered by an ARM 11 667 MHz processor said a press release.

Sat Murthi, executive vice president Binatone India said, “We are committed to breaking the barriers of technology reaching the masses”. He observed that technology no longer commands a premium in the market place and that Binatone continues its stride to provide the latest technology products at affordable prices.

Murthi said, “We are planing to invest Rs 50 crores in the next 12 months in technology, product development and marketing. Our products are specifically “Indianised” with special features like “Audio boost”, “Power saver” and “Binatone Zone”, which will address the specific Indian needs."


He went on to outline development of futuristic products with solar charger mobile handsets to address the frequent power outages in rural markets and evaluating to bring out low cost 3G handsets by end of the year to cater to the deployment of newer technologies in India.

Dino Lalvani, chairman, Binatone Communications Group said, "Home Surf Touch Tablet, with its ultra slim design can access the internet on wifi. The battery operated device can retain its charge for several hours in video, web browsing, and many other applications for daily use."

“India deserves the best of technologies in communication and we at Binatone with our 50 years experience will harness the latest in innovative technologies and bring them to market affordably. Our India software team based out of Bangalore is always exploring newer technologies and our collaboration with semiconductor partners helps us to work on cost effective solutions, given our economies of scale which is supported by our global reach,” concluded Lalvani.