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Swipe Telecom launches Halo 3G, Halo Edge tablet
TT Correspondent |  |  12 Nov 2012

California-based technology start-up SWIPE Telecom has launches Halo 3G tab and Halo edge technology under its Voice Calling Tablet Smartphone series “the Halo” for Indian Market.

Halo 3G is priced at Rs. 9999 and Halo Edge Rs 8999.

The all new Halo 3G tablet, India`s first 7 inch Smartphone tablet and the Halo Edge Tablet that supports the ‘Edge Technology’ both run on the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system and has 1 GB DDRIII RAM. They both come with a Boxchip A10 processor 1.5 GHz (Cumulative Frequency) for efficient functioning of the tab. They sport a 7" TFT LCD Screen, packing in a resolution of 800480 pixels.

 The device  has a strong build combined with a sleek and elegant features. The tab which comes in grey color and lustrous finish adds a touch of class to the product. With full HD touch screen, 5 point Multi-touch with backlit LED navigation buttons on the front make it extremely user-friendly. This 3G tab also boasts a 4GB inbuilt memory. For an efficient connectivity, it is enhanced with a sim- card slot which can access a 3G or a 2G SIM. Halo 3G’s remarkable specifications make this tablet one of kind.

The Halo Edge Tablet on the other is a game changer in its space. It supports the ‘Edge Technology’ which delivers higher bit-rates per radio channel, resulting in a threefold increase in capacity and performance compared with an ordinary GSM/GPRS connection.

Along with voice calling, Edge tab can be used for any packet switched application, such as an Internet connection which allows faster browsing compared to its peers in the market.

Halo Edge Tab has Enhanced display with a 5 point Multi-touch Full HD Capacitive Touch Screen. It comes with a Boxchip A10 processor 1.5 GHz (Cumulative Frequency) for efficient functioning of the tab. The tablet provides you with 4GB inbuilt memory and expandable up to 32 GB using a Micro SD card. It also boasts of a 2mp front facing shooter for a great video chat experience. It also comes with 30 preloaded apps. For the music junkies the tab offers an immersing listening experience offering compatibility with most audio and video formats are also supported by the Halo Edge Tablet. The Swipe Halo Edge tablet definitely brings cutting edge technology at a price that can be a reason of delight for consumers.

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12 Nov 2012(IST)  
I had gone for Wammy Desire which comes for just 6900k. It has got dual core processor and runs pretty smooth when playing any high end games like shadow gun/spiderman. It is really a worthy buy when it comes to jelly bean os preloaded. The download speed with wifi on this device is like simply awesome
Posted By :- Arun
This tab shows great promise. Bearing in mind that the launch of the 3D tab proved to be a great success, this one too will not disappoint. Let's just keep our fingers crossed!
Posted By :- ali
Arun - you are comparing apples to oranges. You are comparing a wifi tablet with calling tablet, which is not the right way to do it. Swipe has a product @ 5490.00 with high speed wifi and 3D goggles. I bought Halo 3G and is India's first aggressively priced REAL 3G product which can be used as a mobile phone.
Posted By :- Sameer
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