iberry BT07 and BT10 Cheapest Android Tablets Launched in India

By October 10, 2011 | 0 Comments

A Hong Kong based, tablet device manufacturer, iberry has announced their entry into highly competitive Indian tablets market. These tablets are cheapest secondly after Indian Government’s recently launched $35 Tablet.

On the average, most high-end tablets are available at over 20K price tag, though many homegrown manufacturers have launched low-cost tablets recently. Some of these tablets including Beetel MagiQ, Spice MiTab, Reliance 3G Tab, iBall Slide etc. Though all of them are priced at approx price of Rs. 10,000. Understanding the demand of consumers, iberry has confirmed the launch of two low-cost android tablets including 7-inch iberry BTo7 and 10-inch iberry BT10 Tablets. These tablets are powered by Google Android 2.3 Gingerbread Operating System are comes with extremely powerful hardware.

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iberry BT10 Tablet

Talking exclusively to TechClap.com, Mr.Feroz Ahamed, Chairman, iberry India said “The major grievances of the consumers who are experiencing Tablets of other makers is that they are not in immediate reach when there is any minor queries or something went wrong while using their devices. Over 70% of people in India do not know or are not comfortable using Android (though it is arguably meant to be the simplest OS by far). So, we at iberry, wanted to ensure that everyone has the opportunity and gets sufficient assistance through our dedicated ‘friendly tech assistants’ and thus, meeting our tag ‘Tablet For Everyone’. Moreover, we are proud to say that we are the first one to launch a 3G SIM based 10-inch Tablet at a price tag of Rs.14990. Combining our easy reachable customer support, service center across India r4with our exquisite quality Tablets, we believe Indian consumers have more than many reasons to opt for our iberry Tablets.”

Features and Specifications of iberry BT07 and iberry BT10 Android Tablets

The 7-inch variant, iberry BT07 boasts 7-inch resistive touch display with 800×480 pixel resolution. It is powered by 1.2GHz ARM Cortex A8  processor along with 512Mb DDR2 RAM along with in-built 4GB storage capacity. It comes with HDMI output, Full HD support, 3G USB modem, and Adobe Flash 10.3 support. The tablet also features Gyro based motion sensor and OpenGL ES 2.0 for enhanced gaming experience. The iberry BT07 Tablet comes at Price Rs. 6990.

On the other hand, the iberry BT10 is equipped with 10.1-inch capacitive touch screen display with 16:9 aspect ratio. The screen is 6 poing capacitive touch based and offers 1024×600 pixel resolution. The BT10 is powered by 1.2GHz processor alon g with 512MB DDR2 RAM and 4GB storage. It features 3G/2G SIM support for faster browsing of the Internet. the web browsing is also enhanced with Adobe Flash 10.3 support for video streaming and browsing the websites. For batter gaming experience, the company has leashed BT10 with Gyro based motion sensor and OpenGL Es2.0. Moreover, the tablet also features Full HD support, HDMI out and other features. If you want to buy it, you can get it at Price Rs. 14,990 in India.

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iberry BT07 Tablet

The company officials told the TechClap.com that they want to ensure that every Indian could 0wn a tablet, and that’s why they’ve managed to bring tablets at such a low-price. Musthafa Kamal, spokesperson of iberry told TechClap.com, “We’ve kept service centers and distributors in Mumbai, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Rajkot, Ahmedabad, Patna, Srinagar, Hosur, Baroda, Amritsar, Jamshedpur, Chennai and will be widening our network post our launch.  To add to it, we have a dedicated toll-free support and a ticket generation process for any Warranty claims or issues on our official website.’

Both of these tablets are powered by Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system and comes with mini USB-on-the-go port support to connect pen drives and other peripherals. The iberry BT07 and BT10 supports microSD cards up to 32GB and overall they look perfect as per price, but we can’t speak a word at the moment about their performance.

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