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iBall launches the Edu-Slide educational tablet with preloaded IIT-JEE preparation content.
iBall in collaboration with Bansal Classes has launched the Edu-Slide tablet. The tablet targets IIT-JEE aspirants and comes with pre-loaded study material for the IIT JEE entrance examination. The tablet will be launched in two variants, Wi-Fi only for Rs. 30,999 and 3G Wi-Fi for Rs. 35,999.
The Edu Slide tablet features a 10.1-inch IPS HD display with 1280 × 1024 pixels resolution. The iBall tablet runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. The tablet has an 8 MP rear camera and a VGA front facing camera. The tablet has 8 GB of in-built memory expandable via MicroSD card slot to 32 GB.
On the connectivity front, the Wi-Fi only tablet comes with an integrated HDMI port, Bluetooth and 3G on USB dongle. The 3G SIM compatible version supports dual-SIM support and GPS along with HDMI, Bluetooth and 3G. The Wi-Fi version comes equipped with a dual-core MediaTek Cortex A9 1.5 GHz processor while the 3G SIM version comes with a quad-core MediaTek Cortex A9 1.5 GHz processor.
The tablet comes preloaded with educational content, online tests and evaluation, master problem package, eBooks for Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics with personalization tools. The package also has content for class 11 and 12 for PCM students and offers over 200 hours of audio visual content and question banks.
Sandeep Parasrampuria, Director, iBall stated at the launch, “We hope iBall Edu-Slide will provide students an excellent additional learning tool to all – those who are attending any classes or preparing without attending any classes.”