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Flipkart.com launches 5 Digiflip Pro tablets with Intel
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Sep '14
Flipkart.com, one of the leading e-commerce marketplaces in India, has launched five Digiflip Pro tablets in collaboration with Intel and powered by Intel Atom Processors, with pre-installed mobile apps that help customers get special benefits on shopping from Flipkart.com and Myntra.com.

The range of tablets include ET701 – 7” Wi-Fi and XT811, XT801, XT911 and XT901 - 3G with voice calling & Wi-Fi.

Powered by Intel Atom processor, with a sophisticated design and sturdy build, these tablets offer an exhaustive range of new features at a great value.

The VP-retail and head of Alliances brand, Flipkart.com, Micheal Adnani said, “Post the success of the Digiflip Pro XT712, the first tablet to be launched under the Digiflip Pro label, we are excited to announce the launch of five new tablets today.”

“Powered by Intel, these devices are an expansion of our tablet category - and step up on variety and specifications, catering to a range of customer requirements in this segment. We are happy to collaborate with Intel on this range and are confident that these new tablets will set standards in the Indian tablet market with their world class quality and great value,” he added.

The director of marketing and market development, Intel South Asia, Sandeep Arora said, “Intel always strives to bring to consumers the best of computing technology, across form-factors at competitive price points. We are excited to work with Flipkart.com to launch these five new tablets, powered by Intel Processors, which will deliver a compelling mobile computing experience to consumers.”

“The Intel Atom processors are power optimized for great performance and energy efficiency, ensuring a high speed seamless experience along with great battery life for users who have the need to be constantly connected on the go,” he added. (GK)

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