GlobalSpace Technologies has launched SOLT, India's first 3-in-1 tablet. The device is capable of working as a tablet, laptop, and as a desktop when plugged into the dock. The tablet is priced at Rs. 19,450 and is available on Snapdeal and Amazon. The device has a 10.1-inch IPS panel with a resolution of 1280x800 pixels. Its powered by a 1.8GHz Intel BayTrail quad-core processor with 2GB of RAM. It also comes with 64GB of internal storage that can be expanded upto 128GB. SOLT comes with a full-featured keyboard with a magnetic dock as well as a magnetic cover. It also comes with a 7900mAh battery and one year free device insurance provided by Oriental Insurance.
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Mumbai-based GlobalSpace Technologies has launched India’s first 3-in-1 Tablet ‘SOLT’ at Rs.19,450/- on online shopping portals, Snapdeal and Amazon. ‘SOLT’ works like a tablet, a laptop and a desktop when plugged into the dock. Supported by Intel and Microsoft, ‘SOLT’ comes with 4 USB ports, an RJ 45 jack, speakers and an optional 500GB SATA HDD, giving it an edge over other products.
With a screen having 10 points multi touch support which being the highest multi touch points till date, the SOLT sports 5MP primary camera with an ability to scan barcodes and QR code.
“SOLT was conceived by our team, which ensured whether it is the inbuilt anti-theft mechanism to provide absolute security of your data or the next generation service capability provided via an app, SOLT has it all. It is a plug and play 3-in-1 Tablet in any format – tablet, laptop or as a desktop,” said Mr. Krishna Singh, Founder Director, GlobalSpace Technologies.
A 10.1-inch IPS Panel HD display, SOLT offers a resolution of 1280x800 pixels with an Intel BayTrail powered by 1.8 GHz quad-core processor (Z3735G). With 2GB DDR3L at 1333 MHz, SOLT comes with a 64 GB of internal memory, expandable up to 128 GB. The device is supported with a 7900 mAh battery providing 8-10 hours in case of normal use and 60-72 hours in standby mode.
SOLT includes a full-featured keyboard with magnetic dock, and a magnetic cover to keep the tablet safe. The keyboard has a large touchpad with dedicated left and right click buttons. This device supports USB flash drive, hard drive, mouse, HDMI for connecting projectors and a 3.5mm audio jack for connecting sound systems.
“SOLT has ‘MySOLT app’ which is the only thing one requires to manage this device. This app can be downloaded from Windows or Android store on the user’s smart phone. MySOLT app comes with a chat option so one can connect with us for device settings or remote diagnostics. The App provides a large referral section which helps in answering everyday device questions and we also send a daily productivity tip, so that the user spends more time doing work and less time worrying about their device,” added Mr. Singh, Founder Director, GlobalSpace Technologies.
SOLT also comes with a one year free device Insurance provided by Oriental Insurance.
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