Following recent reports about Microsoft teaming up with other OEMs for Windows Phone, and Karbonn Mobiles launching its dual-OS tablet this summer, another popular Indian brand Xolo has announced that it will be launching a Windows tablet this month.
First announced at CES this year, the 10.1-inch tablet will be running Windows 8.1 OS out of the box. The tablet, dubbed as Xolo Win, hopes to allure young working professionals. Powered by a dual-core AMD A4 Elite Mobility processor clocked at 1.0 GHz, it sports Radeon HD 8180 GPU for graphics. While most of the specs look interesting, the 1366x768 screen resolution sure leaves out a lot to be desired. Coupled with 2 gigs of RAM, 32GB eMMC as internal storage, the device sports a 2MP camera at the back and 1MP camera up front. Xolo claims the 3550 mAh battery will be able to handle the device for 6 hours.
On the connectivity front, the device lacks 3G and LTE support, and possesses a micro-HDMI and micro-USB slot. Meanwhile, Xolo has confirmed that the Office Home & Student 2013 productivity suite comes pre-installed on it. While the Indian giant didn't reveal the price details, we expect it to cost around 20,000 INR ($320).