iBall Extends its Range of Tablet PCs With iBall Slide Skye 03

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iBall Slide Skye 03

iBall’s latest entry-level Tablet PC, iBall Slide Skye 03, has 7-inch screen with fully-capacitive multi-touch HD display and a screen resolution of 1024×600

Indian consumer electronics company iBall has launched a new Tablet PC, further extending its range of Tablet PCs.

The company’s  latest entry-level Tablet PC, iBall Slide Skye 03 has a big 7-inch screen with fully-capacitive multi-touch HD display and a screen resolution of 1024×600.

With the latest Android 8.1 Oreo (Go edition) on a Quad Core Processor, the iBall Slide Skye 03 brings immense computing power for work and play.

In addition, its 1 GB RAM and 8 GB built-in memory, expandable up to 64 GB via MicroSD Card, allows users to store as much as they want. It features 2.0 MP rear camera with LED Flash and 0.3 MP front camera.

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Built with 2800 mAh battery capacity and ‘loud and clear’ chambered speakers, the device ensures to keep users entertained for longer hours.

With a USB OTG function, iBall Slide Skye 03 enables users to connect pen drives and the likes  on-the-go.

The Micro SIM supporting device comes with a built-in phone calling function and also supports multi-languages (read and write) through a built-in multi-language keyboard.

Priced at Rs 5,999, the product is already available with leading retail stores across India with 1 year warranty.  

The journey from one product category to over 26 product categories

Headquartered in Mumbai, iBall started operations in September 2001 with just one product category – the mouse. Presently,  it has over 26 product categories. The company entered the tablet space with its offering iBall Slide in the year 2011.

Today, iBall is a Rs 12,900 million enterprise (FY 2015-16) having a strong pan India presence with 26 branches across the country.

iBall has already sold over 60 million products and its products are available in over 750 cities and towns right from large format retail outlets to smaller neighbourhood shops.

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