iBall launches Edu-Slide tablet with pre-loaded content for IIT-JEE preparation

iBall Edu-Slide iBall has announced the launch of a new variant of its Edu-Slide Android tablet in the Indian market today. The tablet is being targeted to a very specific user-group – IIT JEE aspirants as it comes pre-loaded with content developed by popular coaching institute Bansal Classes for JEE preparation.

The pre-loaded content includes a master problem package, eBooks for Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics with personalization tools and more.

In terms of the raw specs, the new Edu-Slide tablet packs a 10.1-inch display with 1280x1024p SXGA resolution, 1GB of RAM, 8MP rear camera, 8GB of storage, microSD card slot, Wi-Fi, and 8000 mAh battery.

iBall is releasing two versions of the tablet – Wi-Fi only and dual-SIM 3G+ Wi-Fi and there is a slightly difference between the two models apart from the obvious presence of dual-SIM card slots in 3G model. The Wi-Fi version is powered by a 1.5GHz dual-core cortex A9 processor, while 3G version comes with a quad-core processor (no word on clock speed or anything else).

“We hope iBall Edu-Slide will provide students an excellent additional learning tool to all – those who are attending any classes or preparing without attending any classes,” said Sandeep Parasrampuria, Director, iBall.


  • iBall Edu-Slide Wi-Fi variant: INR 30,999
  • iBall Edu-Slide  3G variant: INR 35,999

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2 thoughts on “iBall launches Edu-Slide tablet with pre-loaded content for IIT-JEE preparation

    kartik nadar

    (September 11, 2013 - 9:36 am)

    Iball has to rethink about the price or else it will be a huge flop. The specs are also outdated for the price except for the quad core processor.

    Manpreet Kashyap

    (September 11, 2013 - 1:15 am)

    It seem that iball is targetting students to raise its sale in india.
    its a nice move i expect huge demand for iball at least someone is developing tablets keeping students in mind

    thanks for sharing

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