India’s first 3D Tablet, the Swipe 3D LIFE, was introduced by the technology start-up company based in California, Swipe Telecom. The company said the device is aimed at kids and the youth, looking for a different kind of 3D gaming experience. Swipe Telecom is currently backed by Mantra Venture.
The founder and CEO of Swipe Telecom, Shripal Gandhi, expressed his confidence in the new product, with its 7-inch TFT, five point touch capacitive screen with an 800 x 400 pixel resolution. Not only can the tablet play videos for 5-6 hours, it also has a 2 MP camera.
Mr. Gandhi expressed his excitement in introducing the cutting-edge product he believed would do well in the Indian market. High-tech tablets have been gaining a lot of following, and the South Asian nation has a market which can absorb such products at competitive prices.
The Swipe 3D Life runs on OS: Android 4.03 and has a 4 GB internal memory which is also expandable.
The increased demand for gaming tablets is also manifested in the recent news that Google’s 16 GB Nexus 7 sold out in the US Market.
Mobile phone giant Motorola Mobility has launched Motorola XOOM 2 and Motorola XOOM 2 Media Edition, two new tablets for the customers of Turkey. Both tablets feature 3G and Wi-Fi capabilities and will be offered at competitive packages and available from Turk Telekom, TTNET and Avea, the leading telecom brands in Turkey.
Motorola XOOM 2 and Motorola XOOM 2 Media Edition boast powerful productivity, rich entertainment and customizable experiences.