OlivePad VT100 Android Tablet Now Available With Froyo

Riding high on innovation, Olive Telecom, India’s leading Convergence Solutions Device Developer, today announced that OlivePad – VT100, India’s first 3.5G Pad which was launched back in July, is now available with the Andrid 2.2 Froyo version at its newly launched online stores.

Designed as a multi functional device, Olive Pad comes at Rs 25990, operates on an Android Operating System and supports 3.5G HSUPA, Wi-fi, and Bluetooth.

With an inbuilt three mega pixel camera and a front camera, the Olive Pad can be used as a touch notebook allowing browsing, Multimedia, Instant Messaging and easy access to the world of social networking, GPS for maps and turn by turn directions, gaming console, an e- book reader, Television and it is also a Smart Phone allowing voice and Video Calling.

Mr. Arun K Khanna, Chairman, Olive Telecommunications said “We were ready to release the product running Android 2.1, but decided it would be better to give the consumer an up-to-date product, rather than having them running around trying to get updates later.”

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sysadmin

remove the freebies (useless) n bring price down
what bout 10inch screen?

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Tooooooooooo expensive

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