Simmtronics touts XPad Freedom

India-based electronics firm unveils new tablet

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Simmtronics touts XPad Freedom Dr Sabharwal: XPad Freedom to thrive.
By  ITP.net Staff Writer Published  October 22, 2013

India-based Simmtronics has used its participation at GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK to unveil the XPad Freedom. The company claims the XPad Freedom is the world’s first high-speed quad-core tablet with 3G calling facility and high data speed.

Featuring a quad core 1.2Ghz processor and 4.2.2 Android Jelly Bean operating system, the ultra-slim and light tablet features advanced high-definition graphics on its 7.85-inch display screen. The vendor says the new product sets the benchmark in future tablet technology through 2G and 3G calling facility with dual sim-card and high-definition in-plane switching retina display feature.

“XPad Freedom is now the most highly-advanced tablet ever to be launched in the middle east. We have unveiled this product at GITEX and will introduce in other markets after the event,” says Dr Indrajit Sabharwal, Managing Director of Simmtronics.

According to Simmtronics, the tablet empowers end-users with several other technological advances including an 8 megapixel rear camera and 2 megapixel front camera, bluetooth, hdmi connectivity, high-definition graphics and longer lasting battery power. “We are confident to sell about 5,000 units of XPad Freedom this month,” he says.

Sabharwal says that Simmtronics is keen to capitalise on its leadership position in the mid-price tablet segment. He says the affordable tablet category would continue to drive the consumer demand in emerging markets such as the Middle East and Africa.

“The MENA region is an important market for Simmtronics and through products such as XPad Freedom, we will continue to boost our range.”

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