Datawind launched UbiSlate 7C+x tablet: Canadian mobile phone manufacturer Datawind today launched UbiSlate 7C+x tablet priced at Rs 4,999 in India. Datawind is also offering one year unlimited free Internet by teaming up with Reliance Communications.
Datawind President and CEO Suneet Singh Tuli told PTI, “Today we have extended unlimited free internet offer on our tablet UbiSlate 7C+x on GSM network of Reliance Communications. We are assembling it at our Amritsar plant. It will have a separate Facebook and email application for convenience of user to access them free under the plan”.
Datawind launched UbiSlate 7C+x tablet – Specs:
The Android tablet supporting dual-SIM comes with a microUSB powered Keyboard. You can grab the tablet via Naaptol’s TV, print and online shopping platforms starting today. The tablet will be made available via other channels and partners of Datawind in a week.
The Datawind tablet will be supporting voice calling feature. It comes equipped with dual core, dual VGA camera both at front and back. It also features 4GB internal flash storage which can be expanded up to 32 GB.
The users who buy this tablet will be not be charged with internet charges if they access the websites through Datawind’s patent UbiSurfer browser installed on it. But, they have to pay data charges if they access it from other browsers.
When asked if it violates net neutrality principles, Tuli said, “It is perfectly net neutral. We are not discriminating among websites. Customers can access any website through our patent UbiSurfer. We are working on an advertisement based revenue model as we now want to be known as company that provides free internet, not just as low cost device maker.”