DOMO launches bluetooth enabled slate X2G tablet
New Delhi, India, July 10, 2013: DOMO, growing leaders in PC peripherals, tablets and accessories, announced its Bluetooth enabled DOMO Slate X2G tablet with 3D gaming and dual stereo mic. The tablet boasts internal SIM card slot for calling and browsing the internet. One can browse the internet or place calls directly from the tablet. DOMO Slate X2G consumes less power. It also supports Adobe flash player 11.
DOMO Slate X2G tablet is equipped with 512MB of RAM and runs on a 1.2GHz Cortex A8 processor. Backed by Mali 400 GPU, the X2G is capable of delivering good graphics performance. Internal storage is 4GB and it can take up to 32GB of extendible memory. It is powered with a 3200 mAh Lithium Polymer battery and can charge through its USB port or the standard charging port. The operating system is Android Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0.4 and it can be upgraded to Jelly Bean 4.1. With a capacitive touch screen layered with Glass, the X2G gives amazing feedback to its user; very responsive and smooth.
DOMO Slate X2G is a sleek tablet with its rightly placed buttons and perfectly polished back cover. The sides are black matte, enhancing its back body and giving it a perfect curve look. The front appearance has been rid of any button to give it an awesome look and also to avoid discomfort of pressing buttons accidentally. All buttons, slots and ports are placed on the right side of the tablet making it very convenient to operate. The buttons are enough protruding from the body, so one does not have to fidget with finding them and not so much as they would irritate by being pressed unintentionally.
Mazher Shaikh, Business Development Manager at DOMO, said “We believe in such a market strategy that addresses the need of the customers by upgrading and updating our models at an affordable price. DOMO slate X2G is sleek and attractive body with smartly designed superior built quality. This is a good choice for customer who desire passion and feature rich gadgets.”
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