Micromax releases Hybrid Canvas Laptab LT777 For 17,999

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Micromax releases Hybrid Canvas Laptab LT777 For 17,999

Micromax  recently is on Laptop release spree. Mobiles have always been the main market for Micromax, but in the past one month, they have released 3 Laptops, the latest being the Canvas Laptab LT777. The other two laptops released by Micromax are Canvas Lapbook L1161 and Canvas Laptab LT666.

The Canvas Laptab comes with Windows 10 and offers multi-touch screen. It comes with a detachable keyboard as it is a hybrid build of laptop and tablet.

The new laptop will be available for 17,999 INR(290$ approx). On the hardware part, the new Laptab offers an 11.6-inch screen with a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels. It also offers multi-touch IPS display.

The processor used by the Laptop is Intel Atom Z3735F processor. The cache levels are set at 2 MB and the processor is a quad-core capable of using four cores running four threads at the same time. All the cores are clocked at a base speed of 1.33GHz frequency and can be supercharged to 1.83 GHz burst frequency.

For memory purposes, the laptop offers 2GB of DDR3L RAM. It also comes with Intel HD Graphics for multimedia applications and mild gaming. The detachable keyboard offers a trackpad and a full sized USB port.

As it is a hybrid, it also have cameras on both front/rear. The front and rear camera’s are quite weak. They stand at only 2-megapixel. Compared to its predecessor, the Canvas Laptab LT666, the new Laptab LT777 offers better battery size of 9000mAh. With a huge battery, it can easily last for 8-10 hours of normal usage.

The storage can be quite denting for the users. It have 32 GB of internal storage and can be expanded up to 64 GB using a microSD card.The weight of the Laptab is 1.5Kg and available in black variant only.

credit: unionpressdaily

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