Lava Twinpad 2-in-1 Hybrid launched in India at Rs 15,999

Lava has announced the launch of Twinpad, a tablet that runs the latest Windows 10 at Rs 15,999.

By: Tech Desk | New Delhi | Updated: February 29, 2016 12:14 pm
Lava, Lava Twinpad, Twinpad tablet, Twinpad price, Twinpad specs, Twinpad features, Windows 10, laptop, tablet, Lava tablet, gadgets, technology, technology news Lava has announced the launch of Twinpad, a tablet that runs the latest Windows 10 at Rs 15,999. Twinpad can be used both as a tablet and laptop, according to the company.

Lava has announced the launch of Twinpad, a tablet that runs the latest Windows 10 at Rs 15,999. Twinpad can be used both as a tablet and laptop, according to the company.

Twinpad features a bi-directional 10.1- inch screen with a 5-point capacitive touch. “In Twinpad we have come up with a device that offers great computing functionalities and therefore finds a right fit with students & young working executives who are always on the move. The overall proposition led by dual functionality & a bidirectional screen will redefine benchmarks in this category,” Raman Sharma, Vice-President & Business Head Tablets, Lava International Limited said.

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Lava Twinpad is powered by a 1.3 GHz quad-core Intel processor coupled by 2 GB RAM, 32 GB ROM and an inbuilt flash memory expandable to 64 GB. The device supports 3G SIM slot and packs a 7,400 mAh battery. On the camera front, Twinpad sports a 2 megapixel front and rear camera.

Twinpad comes with a detachable keyboard and an in-built trackpad. In terms of connectivity, the device supports single 3G SIM slot, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth v4.0, 2 USB slots and 3.5mm headphone jack.

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The Twinpad will be available in silver colour and comes with one-year manufacturer warranty for the device. The company is also offering 6 months warranty for the in box accessories which includes battery and charger.

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  1. শৌনক বসু
    Apr 16, 2016 at 4:00 pm
    At this can Lava justify why anyone should buy this instead of going for reputed bs like Acer, Asus or Lenovo? If they have given 64 GB EMMC, Some might have considered. It seems people are out of their minds!
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