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Saturday, September 6, 2014

iBall Slide WQ32 8-inch 3G tablet launched for Rs 16999

iBall is in the habit of rolling out at least one tablet per month, with its latest being the iBall Slide WQ32 which is an 8-inch one with 3G support priced at Rs 16999. The new device is the company’s very first Windows 8 slate and houses an Intel processor inside. Its focus is meant to be on productivity and just to prove that, users can avail of a free one-year Microsoft Office license.
The freebies bundled along with the iBall Slide WQ32 also include Windows Defender Antivirus and Firewall as well as 1TB OneDrive cloud storage.The tablet sports an 8-inch form factor and enables 3G connectivity via its SIM card slot. Its multi-touch screen offers 800 x 1280p resolution visuals and a 170-degree viewing angle. The display also uses Zero Air Gap touch technology to allow for its thin profile.
The chip powering the iBall Slide WQ32 8-inch is the 1.3GHz quad core Intel Atom Z3735D and there’s 2GB of RAM too. The Slide WQ32 is preloaded with the Microsoft Windows 8.1 OS and it features 16GB of internal storage space. You can always add in extra memory via the microSD card slot hiding under the hood. If you flip the iBall device onto its face, you’ll see a 5MP camera with flash providing company to the 2MP one above the touchscreen.
iBall Slide WQ32 main specs at a glance:
- 8-inch 800 x 1280p multi-touch IPS display panel
- 5MP AF camera with LED flash, 2MP webcam
- Microsoft Windows 8.1 OS
- 1.3GHz quad core Intel Atom Z3735D processor
- 2GB RAM, 16GB ROM, memory expandable up to 32GB
- 3G, Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0, microUSB, microHDMI
- 14Wh battery
Apart from the the iBall Slide WQ32, some of the other tablets released by the company this year include the Slide 3G 7345Q-800, Slide 3G Q7271-IPS20, Slide 3G 7803Q-900, Slide 3G 7334Q and Slide IPS20. They were launched for Rs 10250, Rs 9699, Rs 13999, Rs 11499 and Rs 9699, respectively.

Madhav Biju

Author & Editor

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