Smartron launches t.book convertible laptop at Rs 39,999

Smartron today forayed into the Indian market with the launch of t.book, its ultrabook convertible. The company also announced on the event that it will soon be launching a smartphone, t.phone, in India. Priced at Rs 39,999, the ultrabook features a 12.2-inch WQXGA IPS display with (2560x1600p) resolution. Powered by 2GHz Intel Core M 64 Bit processor, the device comes with 4GB of system memory and can hold SSD cards of up to 128GB.
The t.book sports a 5MP primary camera along with a 2MP secondary camera and houses a 36Whr lithiium polymer battery. The ultrabook has been launched in Windows 10 Home and Windows 10 Pro versions and has two full sized USB 3.0 port, one micro HDMI port, a micro SD card slot, a 3.5 mm audio jack, and Type C charging port. Besides these products, Smartron also announced a virtual customer support programme T Care and Google Play's equivalent T Store.
The company has Sachin Tendulkar as a strategic investor and brand ambassador. Speaking on the occasion, Sachin Tendulkar said, "We are moving towards internet driven experiences and Smartron's vision in unlocking the potential of IoT will bring compelling experiences to people, making their life more productive, safe, intelligent and convenient."

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