#NewTablet: Lava Etab Connect Arrives for Rs 9499

By March 9th, 2013 AT 1:08 AM

Another Friday, another new device from Lava International as the company is celebrating ‘Blockbuster Phoneday’ – this time it is a new Etab from Lava – named Etab Connect, about which we have shared earlier.

Lava Etab ConnectAs usual Lava Etab Connect comes with 1.2 GHz Qualcomm processor and 512 MB RAM and runs on Android 4.0.1 Ice Cream Sandwich. It supports SIM cards – and the statement from Lava emphasizes on its video calling ability, though it supports voice calling too.

There is 4GB internal storage, Bluetooth, WiFi, GPS. And Lava packs some exclusive contents from different companies. The price is made Rs 9499 for Etab Connect, which is quite attractive with these stuffs under the hood.

Technical Specs of Lava Etab Connect (E-Tab Z7C):

* 7 inch multi touch TFT LCD WVGA display, 480x800p
* 1.2 GHz Qualcomm MSM7227A ARM Cortex A5 processor
* 512 MB RAM
* Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (Jelly Bean upgradable?)
* 2MP back/0.3MP front camera
* 4GB internal storage, 32 GB microSD support
* Video calling supported via Skype
* Bluetooth, WiFi, GPS, Gravity Sensor
* Exclusive contents from MeritNation, EduKart, BigFlix, Hungama, Uahoy, DiamondComics, Readwhere
* 3000 mAh battery
* Price – Rs 9499

Lava is searching for the right person to get his/her hands “first” on this product. Announcing a contest on their Facebook page on 9th March, “Search for the Touch”, the winner will be the first person to get Lava Etab Connect. Distribution of the product starts only after they get the Product Ambassador!

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