Milagrow has released what they're calling 'the world's first TabTop'. The tablet comes in two varieties, a 32GB version with 1GB DDRAM powered by a 1.2 GHz A2918 processor, and a 16GB with 512 MB DDRAM. Both products' carry a host of connectivity options, which are their selling point. These include a slot for a 3G card, USB ports, micro USB, HDMI, and an SD card slot. The display is an 8-inch LED backlit capacitive touchscreen, which is in 4:3 aspect ratio. The device supports full 1080p HD playback and has a 5000 mAH battery. It is Wi-Fi enabled and has LAN networking enabling connection for up to 8 other computers. It also has Bluetooth and runs Android 2.3.1. Watch the video below for a hands on demo of the 'TabTop' with Milagrow's Anku Sharma.

Hands on with the MilaGrow Tab with Anku Sharma

The 'TapTops' also come with preloaded productivity, utility, media, networking, education, women's, education, medical and finance applications. They have dual-cameras, Live TV ability and with the battery on it, video playback can last 10 hours. The 32GB device costs Rs. 29,990 and the 16GB device costs Rs. 24,990. Milagrow itself started out in 2007 as a company offering management capital solutions, services and platforms to small and medium businesses. They have now added consumer technology into their portfolio. The 'TabTops' are available at Vijay Sales and online through

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