by October 11, 2013 0 comments

XOLO, the premium smartphone brand, today expanded its tablet portfolio with the launch of XOLO Play Tab 7.0 – the first of its NVIDIA® Tegra® series of tablets, which delivers to users an outstanding gaming experience and visually rich content. The Play Tab 7.0 is powered by an NVIDIA® Tegra® mobile processor, which sports a unique quad-core architecture and a fifth battery-saver core resulting in extended battery life. “As XOLO continues to deliver on its promise to bring differentiated technology to discerning consumers, we’re replicating the success we’ve achieved in the smartphone category now in tablets. XOLO Play Tab 7.0 marks the first tablet in the XOLO Play category of products, powered by NVIDIA Tegra. Similar to XOLO Play T1000 smartphone launched in July, the Tab delivers similar entertainment now on a bigger 7-inch screen,” said Sunil Raina, Business Head at XOLO.

Last month, XOLO entered a new segment of devices with the launch of XOLO Tab after successfully bringing various phones in the mid- to high-end smartphone segment. With the XOLO Play category of products, the brand is particularly focused on the growing mobile gaming community in the country. The Play Tab 7.0 comes pre-loaded with TegraZoneTM, where consumers can find, explore and download Tegra-optimized Android games, for a console-quality gaming experience, with more realistic, interactive and challenging gameplay and graphics.

Availability and Pricing

XOLO Play Tab 7.0 is now available for purchase at retail stores across the country at a best-buy street price of INR 12,999.

Key Specifications

· NVIDIA® Tegra® 3 mobile processor with quad-core CPU and 5th battery-saver core

· 12-core NVIDIA® ULP GeForce® GPU

· NVIDIA® TegraZoneTM for Gaming7″ 1280*800 WXGA IPS LCD Display

· Full HD 1080p video playback

· 4000mAH battery for long power back-up

· 8 GB inbuilt memory with facility of Micro SD card up to 32 GB

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