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HCL Infosystems unveils Android based ME X1 tablet

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NEW DELHI, INDIA: HCL Infosystems today unveiled ME X1 tablet in New Delhi. Priced at 10,490, the new tablet has Android 2.3, 1GHz processor and 2 MP camera as well as 512MB storage capacity that can be extended to 32GB.

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As the tablet market is still nascent in India, the company is optimistic about opportunities and said that it wants to be among the top vendors as the tablet market develops in India.

The new tablet has 7-inch 800×480 display and is equipped with various capabilities that include Adobe Flash support and full high definition 1,080 pixel video support. It comes with 3500 mAh battery and WiFi.

The company has introduced localized applications with a focus on B2B. The company said it’s also working on large-format tablets. ME X1 also provides access to ME App store that has 10,000 applications, including Think Free Office, Cleartrip and 99 acres.

Harsh Chitale, CEO, HCL Infosystems, said they are excited about the new tablet. “The ME X1 tablet promises to bring great value by redefining on-the-go user experience with its innovative design, display and technology,” Chitale said.

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