At the CES 2014, Indian smartphone vendor Micromax announced the launch of Windows and Android tablet powered by Intel.
LapTab is the first dual-boot Windows (Windows 8) and Android (Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean OS) tablet, Micromax said.
Micromax LapTab tablet will be launched officially in early February for consumers.
Recently, Micromax lost considerable tablet market share in India to Samsung and Apple.
The new tablet is expected to assist Micromax to expand its presence in global markets.
Micromax LapTab tablet is powered by an Intel processor (Bay Trail-M).
Tablet users can reboot the device and select the alternate option to switch from Windows to Android and vice versa.
“Over the past few years, we have been witnessing a growing trend of increasing consumer demand for two operating systems in one device, which offers a blend of great PC like productivity in a tablet like form factor for seamless consumption,” said Rahul Sharma, co-founder, Micromax.
As Micromax looks to expand footprints across global markets, it would continue to fulfill its promise of democratizing technology for people around the world by making it more affordable and accessible. It will launch new products across international markets in next six months.
Key specifications of Micromax LapTab tablet include 10.1” IPS display, 1.46 Ghz Intel Celeron N2805 processor, 2GB RAM and 7400 mAh battery, 2MP front camera, storage of 32 GB expandable up to 64 GB, Bluetooth v4.0 and Wi-Fi.