HCL, which has already launched its not so popular Android tablets, has now come up with another Android tablet – HCL Me X1. HCL’s new tablet is priced at Rs. 10490 which is a nicely sandwiched position between Beetel Magiq and Reliance 3G Tab. HCL MeX1 is a 7-inch tablet running Android 2.3 and has a 3500 mAH battery.
HCL MeX1 runs on 1 GHz processor, 512 MB RAM, 4 GB internal memory which can be expanded to 32 GB, 2 mega pixel front camera, support full HD and Flash.
HCL Me X1 will run Android 2.3. Its 7-inch capacitive touch screen has a resolution of 800×480 pixels.
HCL Me X1’s main attraction is its massive 3500 mAH battery.
What’s different with HCL Me X1?
Having studied the market well, HCL has decided to bundle something with the tablet. A little extra which some might find useful. It has tied up with Tata Photon Plus to offer the data card along with the tablet. The tablet supports 3G dongles. I am hoping that there will be some data plans to go along.
HCL is also offering Cleartrip powered Rs. 2500 travel voucher, 1 month free subscription to Hungama and a Rs. 3000 discount for books bought on Winkstore.
Clearly HCL is targeting Reliance 3G Tab with its offering of Tata Photon+ dongle. Will customers take the bait?
with a slew of tablets getting launched in India in the sub INR 15k price point. Any idea how they are doing?