New Android Tablet Launched for $99

A small private company Lakshmi Access Communication Systems has announced the launch of a new Android-based tablet for India and it is priced at a mere $99. Well, the pricing does seem quite shocking, but the company (LACS) are planning to bring in not just one, but a few low-cost versions of tablets, which they claim will rival Apple’s iPad 2 and Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1.
Magnum Tablet Pc
The $99 base model tablet, named Magnum Pepper Tablet PC.It works on Google’s Android 2.2 OS
Features of Magnum Pepper Tablet PC :
      * Google’s Android 2.2 OS
      * 800 MHz processor and 256MB RAM.
      * Wi-Fi.
      * RJ45 LAN port.
      * USB 2.0.
      * Built-in 2GB of memory and MicroSD card support up to
      * 3G compatible dongle.
      * 3.5mm jack.
      * G-sensors.
      * Front camera.
      * It has a 7-inch LCD sensitive touch display, but the display type hasn’t been divulged. Whether    it’s capacitive or resistive might make a big impact in the tablet’s sales. We’re pinning our hopes on a capacitive touch screen.With all these features and at that price this tablet is definitely a steal!
         The price is definitely impressive and may directly compete with the Reliance 3G tablet and Beetel Teletech’s Magiq tablet. However, it’s the specs and the performance that will eventually decide the fate of the tablet. But, it seems that local competition has increased and that is nothing but good news for consumers.

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