DataWind launches it’s first detachable tablet/netbook devices

by June 20, 2016 0 comments

DataWind, maker of UbiSlateTablets, DroidSufer Netbooks, and PocketSurfer Smartphones have expanded their portfolio with the introduction of its first detachable devices, the new Droidsurfer Netbooks 7DC+ & 3G7+ in India. The 2G Droidsurfer7DC+ is priced at INR 3,999 and 3G Droidsurfer3G7+ is priced at INR 4,999.

The DroidSurfer 7DC+ (2G)&3G7+ (3G) incorporate a 7 inch multi-touch projective capacitive screen, feature 0.3 MP front facing the camera and 2 MP rear camera with the Android 4.4.2 operating System running on a  dual core Cortex A7 processor. In addition, they offer up to 32GB of expandable memory with features like Wifi Hotspot, Wifi Direct, Bluetooth and GPS on some models.


All DataWind internet connectivity products come bundled with the infinite power of the internet, at no additional cost!- on the Reliance Communications network. DataWind’s web delivery platform covered by 18 U.S. and international patents delivers fast and affordable  internet access. DataWind claimed that their back-end cloud servers compress and accelerate the delivery of web content by a factor of up to 30x rendering a fast and rich desktop-like web experience even on traditional GPRS/EDGE mobile networks.

DataWind’s detachable netbooks are lightweight and deliver terrific performance. All-in-all, DataWind’s new 2G & 3G Droidsurfer 7DC+ & 3G7+ provide an affordable and productive infotainment package for the discerning Indian customer.


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