D-Link D100 Voice-Calling Tablet Now Available Online at Rs. 12,534

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D-Link D100 Voice-Calling Tablet Now Available Online at Rs. 12,534
D-Link, the popular Taiwanese network devices manufacturer, appears set to launch its first Android tablet in India - the D-Link D100 - as it has been made available online via e-commerce sites.

Priced as low as Rs. 12,534, the D-Link D100 tablet is up for purchase via several third-party e-commerce sites in the country. D-Link has not yet issued any official press statement regarding the launch of the tablet.

The single-SIM voice-calling D-Link D100 tablet runs Android 4.4.2 KitKat out-of-the-box and features a 7.85-inch IPS LCD display with an HD resolution of 1024x768 pixels. It is powered by a 1.3GHz quad-core processor (unknown chipset) coupled with Mali-400 MP2 GPU and 1GB of RAM.

The D-Link D100 sports a 5-megapixel rear camera without flash and a 2-megapixel front-facing camera. It includes 16GB of inbuilt storage, which is expandable via microSD card (up to 32GB).

Connectivity options on the D-Link D100 include 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Micro-USB, GPS/ A-GPS, and OTG support. The device packs a 4000mAh battery, and can be purchased via eBay (Rs. 12,534), Snapdeal (Rs. 13,304) and Flipkart (Rs. 13,545).

Earlier this month, AOC - which is known for manufacturing computer displays - had launched the AOC D70V50G tablet in India at Rs. 7,750. The AOC D70V50G tablet will be available in mobile retail stores in metro and mini metro cities.

The company alongside also announced the launch of the AOC E40 and AOC M601 smartphones, which were already revealed for the Indian market late last year. The AOC E40 and AOC M601 have been priced at Rs. 4,490 and Rs. 7,990 respectively.

Display 7.85-inch
Processor 1.3GHz quad-core
Front Camera 2-megapixel
Resolution 1024x768 pixels
RAM 1GB
OS Android 4.4
Storage 16GB
Rear Camera 5-megapixel
Battery Capacity 4000mAh
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