Milagrow to launch Windows® 7 tablet in June
Milagrow, an India-based tablet brand, is planning to launch a range of tablets powered by Android and Windows operating systems. The company claims to launch the Android-based tablet by the end of April 2012, and the Windows 7-powered tablet in May-June 2012.
"We will have the largest range of tablets in India. We will have tablets in the range of 10-60 thousand Indian rupees," said Rajeev Karwal, chief executive officer and founder of Milagrow.
According to Karwal, the next tablet of Milagrow will be powered by Android and will be launched by the end of April. However, the biggest launch will be a tablet with Windows 7 premium operating system with 4 GHz processor and 128 GB SSD (onboard memory), which will be launched in May-June.
Milagrow currently markets a woman-specific Android run tablet called Milagrow Woman TabTop, which comes with a 7-inch screen and woman-specific apps. It has another Android tablet in its product portfolio that is equipped with an 8-inch screen and industry specific apps.
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