BSNL’s Penta T-Pad WS802C tablet launches

BSNL Penta T Pad WS802C Tablet 150x150 BSNL’s Penta T Pad WS802C tablet launches Now, Indian tablet market seems to be a budgeted market as another latest low cost Penta T-Pad WS802C 3G tablet has introduced by Pantel Technologies Private Limited (PTPL), offering a wider range of data plans to customers in collaboration with BSNL.

The budgeted BSNL’s Penta T-Pad WS802C is India’s first 3G Tablet PC has an 8-inch full touch screen tablet, running on Android 4.0 OS an Ice Cream Sandwich version. The device offers 512 MB DDRII RAM, a 4 GB storage memory, expanded up to 32 GB and also an in-built 3G SIM slot, host USB 2.0 port, micro USB port and WiFi option.

Penta T-Pad tablet is powered by a Cortex A8 1GHz processor and supports 1080P HD videos via HDMI. T-Pad WS802C is portable and acts as a brilliant handheld tablet PC, pre-loaded with several games such as Angry Birds and Wow Fish and apps like Facebook, Talking Tom, Google Maps, Skype video calling and many more, according to the company.

India’s premier telecom operator, BSNL is offering a 3G data plan of 2GB valid for 60 days period along with its affordable Penta T-Pad which is available at price of Rs 14,699, offering attractive data plans to capture various customer demands.

“Penta Tablet with BSNL bundled data packages have performed incredibly well and the credit for the overwhelming customer response goes to the breakthrough features & plans bundled with the tablets. We at Pantel are the pioneers in introducing an 8 inch tablet with 3G SIM slot which have been endorsed by technology geeks as well as students among others. Our Tablets allow users to enjoy the power of internet while at the same time use it as a personal entertainment device.” Vijender Singh, Managing Director, Pantel Technologies told reporters.

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