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The Olive Zipbook features a 2,000 mAh 3-cell battery that will supposedly provide 3 hours of backup. Users requiring more battery life can choose the optional 4,400 mAh 6-cell battery pack, which will extend the battery life to 6 hours. The Zipbook will come preloaded with Windows 7 Starter Edition complete with Windows Works, Live, and Security Essentials, all at a rather affordable price (if you consider the advantages of 3GWhere to buy 12848 wireless connectivity, of course) of Rs. 20,999.
The Olive Zipbook is intended to give to users “not only the ideal mobile broadband experience as the technology is expected to deliver, but also a versatile and powerful computing machine.”
The BSNL bundled package comes with 6GB/month free, for the first three months.