The Indian tablet market is booming with new players literally waging a price war in tablet arena, challenging the big-timers.
The new entrant in this ‘war zone’ is Bangalore-based LACS (Lakshmi Access Communications Systems), which has launched a tablet PC that is priced around Rs. 4500 ($99).
The company today introduced in New Delhi its Magnum range that consists of 14 models, varying from 4.3 inches to 10.9 inches in the price range of $99 to $799, to its portfolio. The company is also giving liberty to customers to upgrade, which it claims, is first-of-its-kind in the industry.
Magnum is all-in-one device bundled with infotainment features. Based on Android 2.3, the new tablets are 3G dongle compatible with Wi-Fi, gaming, MP3 player and eBook capabilities. The company is also working with a multitude of applications.