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Smartron Tbook: Initial Impression

Smartron, India’s first true global IoT brand with “designed and engineered” in India for India and the world, today announced the launch of its first ever range of products, t.book, the impressive high performance Ultrabook convertible.


Specifications:
The tBook has a metal body construction; specifically, it uses a mixture of magnesium and aluminum. With a beautiful finish on every edge and corner, the hybrid tablet looks pretty neat and clean. The combination of Smartron Orange and Grey color on the back side, it looks beautiful. And what’s look nicer is the kickback stand. With a price point it comes with, one would think that build quality of the stand wouldn’t be sturdy, well, I’ll stop you right there.
 
The Kickback stand is pretty stable; you feel the solid body when you pull it out from the space assigned to it. Edges have dedicated keys and ports, such as power button, 3.5mm audio jack, microSD card slot, Type-C with USB 3.0 support, 2 X full USB 3.0 ports, micro HDMI port, and a magnetic pogo pin on the bottom edge, which is used to attach the keyboard. As well as you would see dual stereo speakers and dual microphone for better noise cancellation during those conference calls. With a dimension of 308.5 x 9.5 x 206.5 mm, the tablet feels to hold and offer an excellent grip. It felt light enough to carry around in your backpack.


Keyboard:
keyboard, comes as an attachable accessory that you can use when you want to browse comfortably . It’s always good to get an attachable keyboard to use when typing is all you need. And before you ask, it’s a full-size keyboard, which we thought needs some work. But I can judge more about it once we use it as our daily driver machine, which we are hoping to in near future.


Display:
Moving to the display, it has 12.2-inch WQXGA display with IPS technology and a resolution of 2560 x 1600, which is as better as it gets on a size that large. We didn’t get to play videos on it, but the system colors felt pretty good on it, just a couple of minutes of browsing will tell you that how clear the display is, as well it has good viewing angles too. With a 16:10 ratio, the content on this display is as wide as it gets, the multi-touch certainly felt responsive with

couple try, as well as the company is claiming that it as a fingerprint-resistant oleophobic coating. tbook,  sports a 12.2-inch IPS display with WQXGA (2560 x 1600 pixels) resolution. It is powered by the 64-bit Intel Core M processors clocked at 2GHz. There is 4GB of RAM, 128GB of SSD storage, and a MicroSD card slot for storage expansion.

 
The tbook is backed by a 37W.hr battery which the company claims to last for 10 hours of continuous usage. On the connectivity front, it has two USB 3.0 ports, one Micro-HDMI, and one Type C with USB 3.0 for charging. Even though the tablet is powered off, it can be still used for charging other devices. The tablet packs two 1W stereo speakers and dual microphones for noise cancellation.

                      

In the camera department, it includes 5MP autofocus rear camera and a 2MP front camera. It measures 308.5 x 206.5 x 9.5 mm. It also comes with the T-Care shortcut for remotely fixing the problems within the tablet. While the tbook will be on sale starting from April 8th via Gadgets 360 and the tphone will be launched on April 18th.

 
The device is powered by Intel Core M processor, which is said to be next generation chipset bringing the best efficiency in terms of power usage and performance. That’s why the company is claiming a battery life of up to 10 hours in web browsing while a 28 days standby time, which is something of an amazing feat. But then again, we would only know it better once we get started on using tBook as our daily driver machine.


The processor offers turbo frequency if up to 2GHz, it is supported by a 128Gb SSD drive, which said to be numerous times faster than HDD. Moreover, there is a 4GB of LPDDR3 RAM inside the system, which ensures swift multitasking. It would be coming with Windows 10 Home, which can be upgraded to Windows 10 Pro as well as would come pre-installed with 30 days trial version of Office 2016 Edition.
 
 
Apart from all this, the company has created a Tron X, which is all set to deliver software experience with t-cloud, t-store, and t-care. This all is listed under the Hubtron, company’s native artificial engine integrated on every smartron device. With this users would be able to access their data, profiles, content, services, and community. We can’t explain how useful these features are yet as we haven’t tested them yet. That said we are certainly looking forward to it. It’s all a lot to take in at the time, but one can make sense of these services once they use this service.

                           

The idea of owning a portable, powerful hybrid machine would be accessible to more consumers as Smartron tBook priced at Rs 39,999 is something that many consumers would be interested in to get their hands-on with. The specifications on this tablet are very promising; from design to display, enough number of ports to an array of hubtron services and performance to battery life. This was our first impression of the Smartron tBook hybrid tablet.

For detailed review Stay tuned with us.

Shrey Kapoor is a Tech-Enthusiast and Founder of Techphlie.com, which is one of the India's Top Tech News Website.Even Forbes and many other renowned publishers took his articles reference .Shrey is a social media analyst, strategic thinker and creative writer who is passionate to deliver the best, latest possible Tech-News to his followers and subscribers.

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