New Milagrow tablet is a desktop crossover with Windows OS

New Delhi, September 5, 2012 - Leading Indian Tablet PC maker Milagrow, has married the Windows operating system to the Tablet PC and created a high end cross-over computing device.

Co-branded with KUPA, a Germany based Windows Tablet PC maker, the X11 is amed at professionals do not want to sacrifice comfort and manageability of a device as compact and lightweight as the tablet.

It has a 10-inch multi-touch display, a digital ink pen, an electromagnetic digitizer, digital ink pen, an Intel Cedar Trail N2600 duo core SOC 1.6 GHz, 2 GB RAM, 64 or 128 GB SSD storage, a biometric sensor for fingerprint scanning, a built in SIM card slot and a battery that delivers up to 10 hours of battery life, all controlled by Microsoft Windows 7. The X11 assures compatibility with existing large scale and small-scale ERP and CRM systems for all industries, such as, healthcare, hospitality, sales automation, creative design etc.

128GB SSD is the world's largest storage option of any tablet compute. Also offered are i Industrial Standard Dual cameras: Front 1.3MP / Rear 1.3MP and dual antennas for Wi-Fi, and 3G. The device is preloaded with a trial version of Windows 7 Professional which means one has to eventually buy a Windows 7 flavour.The price is between Rs. 54,990 for the 64GB and Rs. 66,990 for 128GB version.