Micromax has announced the Windows 10 version of the Canvas Laptab. This new version is the company’s first device that is based on Windows 10. The device will be powered by Intel’s 4th generation Atom quad-core processor that’s clocked at 1.83GHz. It will have 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage along with 2MP cameras at the front and rear. The LapTab will have a USB as well as a microUSB port with OTG support. The device is launched at a price of Rs. 14,999 and is claimed to have 10 hours of usage.
Read the full press release below.
After the resounding success of its popular canvas laptabWhere to buy 10499 12899, Micromax Informatics Limited today announced the Windows 10 version of the device in the Indian market making it the company’s first Windows 10 based device.
The Canvas LapTab was one of the highest selling laptops on the online platform Amazon for over 8 weeks during its launch period, has received very good user feedback and reviews. It is one of the first commercially available devices in India with pre-loaded Windows 10. The company is now widening its distribution reach and making it available across channels, thereby expanding presence in the category. With the launch of the new version of the Canvas LapTab, Micromax aims at providing the latest technology with genuine pre-loaded Windows 10 OS continuing to democratize technology for the masses.
Powered by Intel 4th Generation Atom Quad core processor, the device sports a smart design, touch enabled display and 32GB flash storage space. This device aims to accelerate the adoption of the PC category by first-time users, while also addressing the needs of evolved users as a real portable yet smart device.
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