XOLO to launch their maiden Windows tablet in India in few weeks


The XOLO Win has finally earned the tag of ‘coming soon’. At a Microsoft hosted event in New Delhi yesterday, the Indian device manufacturer LAVA International showcased their maiden Windows tablet in India. XOLO is a premium smart devices brand from LAVA, one of the top 3 Indian handset companies.


XOLO Win is a Windows 8.1 tablet featuring a 10.1-inch display with a modest resolution of 1280x800. Powered by the AMD A4 - 1200 dual-core 1.0 GHz ‘Temash’ processor with AMD Radeon HD 8180G graphics, the tablet boasts of 2GB RAM with 32GB storage.


It features a 2MP rear camera and 1MP front camera. With a 3550 mAh battery, the company claims a battery life of 6 hours. Like most Windows tablets, the XOLO one too includes a USB 2.0 port.

At 750 grams with a thickness of 15.45 mm and a very basic build quality, the XOLO Win would not win any design award, but is a handy first Windows tablet to compete with the Android tablets. As a bonus, the tablet comes bundled with Office Home & Student 2013 suite.


The tablet is estimated to be priced around INR 22K, and will be officially launched in a couple of weeks or so. The company’s spokesperson said that while at the moment they are launching just this tablet, they’d obviously be looking at size variants as they go forward.

Do you think the XOLO Win is a good debut by the brand? Tell us in your comments!



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anirban130 says:

For price tag of 22k, it looks good, more over i m a big fan of AMD processors, so will definitely go for this tab

k0de says:

That's 22k Rupees, right?

robbiegod says:

Well I hope its not 22k usd!

Yep! Around 350 US bucks

ceraf says:

Though I'm an AMD fan, I can tell you this dual core A4-1200 APU leaves a lot to be desired.

I hope it comes with keyboard accessory, and please have full size usb ports in windows tablets, i was disappointed with the Acer w4 tablet, forcing the user to carry additional ports and docks.
Forcing users to work around, that's what rotten Fruit companies do with sheep like users

Karthik Naik says:

Have u even used an iPad,what are u living in the 90s? USB ports etc stop crying it makes ur tablet thicker nothing else,buy a laptop if u need a USB port

bilzkh says:

That's pretty pricey.

anirban130 says:

Xolo's q800 is one of the best seller , n i recommend it over many Samsung android fones, plus definitely its a good move , but marketing and ad deployment of xolo products need more push..

aitt says:

Shame we can't get more on board with WP.

cannon#WP says:

I'd rather have a YOLO tablet

I see what you did there.

xankazo says:

I was gonna crack the same joke. I was this close... Sigh...

rockstarzzz says:

Indians and Microsoft are the best friends, aren't they?

Dadstar0410 says:

Now they are ;-)

EffEll80 says:

Why this crappy AMD A4?

Dadstar0410 says:

How could this run full Windows.

Kadcidxa says:

Does AMD A4 have features like connected standby? How does it compare to Intel Bay Trail?

EffEll80 says:

The Bay Trail is more than two times faster than an A4 1250

TechnoTim says:

Xylophones Only Live Once

Naresh Patel says:

Xolo brand good all handset quality also better than Samsung

Aashish13 says:

+720 but we need surface 2 in India. Surface 2 pro would be be a flop as ppl will prefer buying a laptop instead of surface pro 2.Hence surface 2 should be available soon here

rohanagarwal says:

Surface 2 shall work only if its competitively priced. I don't know about you, but i fail to see the utility of windows RT, windows without support for legacy software. But i guess u feel different.

ceraf says:

22k rupees is a bit expensive for what you get. I would've at least expected the quad core A6-1450.

sri san says:

this should be set price around 18k then this is bst tablet fr that price tag

Games Goblin says:

22k is a bit expensive for what is offers.Makes sense to spend a bit more and get the dell venue 8 pro at 28k

BlackGoku says:

Instead of wasting money on the\is buy Dell Venue 8 pro for the same price.