Cheap tablet market gets tough: WishTel’s powerful Ira Thing 2 at Rs 6500

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By Staff /  13 Jul 2012 , 09:36

Months after it launched the ‘Ira Thing’ tablet in India, cheap tablet manufacturer WishTel has announced a second more powerful iteration of the device for Rs 6500. The new tablet runs on the latest Android OS and also contains 512 MB RAM, 4 GB internal memory (expandable up to 32 GB) as well as a 1.5 GHz processor.

The tablet also contains a 7-inch multi-touch LCD touchscreen and a battery that it claims will provide browsing time of around four hours. It also has a 1.3 MP front-facing camera, supports WiFi and HDMI port. It comes pre-loaded with several TV and e-news apps providing access to over 120 channels and 55 newspapers.

Apart from its internal specifications, Ira Thing 2 supports 14 Indian languages including Hindi, Marathi, Gujarati, Bengali, Tamil, Kannada and Malayalam.

The Ira Thing 2 comes with ICS

It also bundles an HDMI cable, wireless headphone, WLAN to USB port cable.

Announcing the launch of the tablets in the Indian market Mr. Milind Shah, Chief Executive Officer, WishTel said, “We have been persistent in delivering the best of technology with our earlier two products – IRA & IRA Thing and are overwhelmed with the responses received from our customers.

With the launch of IRA Thing 2, we wish to offer the youth of today, a device that is fun, trendy and offers access to the best of entertainment and education applications at an affordable price.”


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