Micromax outs Canvas LapTab; A tablet that dual-boots Android & Windows 8.1

India’s Micromax has outed the Canvas LapTab, a tablet that marries Windows with Android.

Micromax will be showcasing the Canvas LapTab — a tablet that switches between Android and Windows at your command — at the CES in the coming days. To be specific, the Canvas LapTab will have the ability to boot into Windows 8.1 and Android  v4.2.2 Jelly Bean. Basic aim is to offer buyers some OS flexibility, eliminating the need of committing just to one OS.

Micromax outs LapTab; A tablet that dual-boots Android & Windows 8.1

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The Canvas LapTab will come with a 10.1-inch 1280 x 800 pixel display, along with dual 2 mega-pixel cameras on the front and rear of the device. Powered by an Intel processor clocked 1.46GHz, the device will feature 2GB RAM and 32GB on-board storage, and draw juice from a 7400mAh battery. No word on pricing yet, but the device is expected to hit shelves and online listings in India beginning next month.

[Source Via GizIndia.com]
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  1. ff0000 (the red guy)
    January 7, 2014

    Fine. A tablet. When will some company release a smartphone with such dualboot capabilities?

  2. zdanee
    January 7, 2014

    Any word on that CPU? Atom? ULV Celeron? 2 core or 4? 32GB seems to be a bit low for Win8.1 alone, and if you get another 4-8GB off for Android you are left with a tablet that is pretty much full out-of-the-box.

  3. TheTobii
    January 8, 2014

    The idea is good, but the spec are really bad. It has an Celeron N2805 which has 2 cores and is worser than the Z3770. Also it has 2 GB ram.