iberry to release the Auxus AX02 tablet in India
The tech company iberry is reportedly getting ready to introduce the Auxus tablet PC, which according to the manufacturer is India’s first slate to run Google’s latest Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system. iberry claims that the device will be available both online and at retail stores for 10,000 rupees (approximately $202).
Apparently, at launch the AX02 will be “the cheapest ICS based tablet” in India. It is powered by a single-core central processing unit clocked at 1GHz and offers a 7-inch capacitive multitouch-enabled widescreen display that has a relatively low native resolution of 800-by-480 pixels. Furthermore, the Auxus houses 1GB of onboard DDR2 memory and up to 32GB storage capacity thanks to the built-in microSD card reader slot.
According to a report from The Mobile Indian, users will also be provided with a miniUSB port, an HDMI interface for watching HD content on an external HDTV or HD monitor, support for 3G USB modem and gyro sensor.
The maker also claims that the Auxus ships with a 1-year comprehensive warranty that includes on-site support, which basically means that if for any reason the tablet fails to function properly, someone from the company will come to your door and pick it up for repair.