Swipe Telecom, a California based company responsible for launching first Android 3D tablet called Swipe 3D Life X74 along with Swipe Halo TabX74S and Swipe Float TabX78 in India early this year, has now announced the launch of another innovative product named Swipe Tab All in One. Priced at INR Rs.11,999, Swipe Tab All in One is the first dual-SIM network supporting tablet in India featuring Android v4.0.3 ICS operating software.

Launch Ceremony of Swipe Tab All in One

Launch Ceremony of Swipe Tab All in One

The Swipe Tab All in One has been blessed with a 7-inch TFT LCD 5-point multi-touch capacitive touchscreen display with usual resolution of 1028×768 pixels. Its Android operating system is backed by a faster 1.5 GHz processor supported by an enormous 1 GB DDR3 RAM to ensure seamless multitasking operations. On the back, the slate has 2MP camera to capture your unforgettable moments and there is also a 1.3 MP front facing camera to enjoy video calling through 3G network and online chatting via Skype. This dual SIM tablet has been powered by a powerful and long lasting 4,000 mAh battery and comes with immense 8GB internal storage which can be further expanded to 32 GB via microSD card.

Swipe Tab All in One : India's First Android 3G Tablet PC with 1.5 GHz Processor and 1 GB DDR3 RAM

Swipe Tab All in One : India’s First Android 3G Tablet PC with 1.5 GHz Processor and 1 GB DDR3 RAM

With the Swipe Tab All in One, users can stay connected to the internet at the office, home and even on the move through Wi-Fi and 3G network (through 3G USB Dongle). The slate also supports Bluetooth and microUSB port to transfer the digital contents to compatible device and PC. The HDMI port included in the device enables users to enjoy the multimedia files of the slate in larger LCD or LED TVs with excellent clarity.

Rear View of Swipe Tab All in One

Rear View of Swipe Tab All in One

Furthermore, the Swipe Tab All in One features GPS and comes pre-loaded with Flash 11.1, Olive Office Premium, eBook reader, almost all social networking apps along with Gmail and YouTube and is said to be capable of supporting high definition 3D games.