Datawind, a provider of wireless Web access products and services, today launched PocketSurfer2 in India, a device to surf the Net while being on the move.
Priced at Rs11,990, the handheld device, weighing 174 grams, allows a user to browse the Web in its original layout, providing a desktop experience.
“For users looking for a mobile Internet solution, PocketSurfer2 hits the spot. This device is going to change the way we work, communicate and fully leverage the Web wirelessly,” Datawind chief executive Suneet Singh Tuli said.
With PocketSurfer2, one can access 12 web pages at the same time and open additional links on a single page simultaneously.
HCL Infosystems will distribute the product in India.
Datawind claimed the product was faster than most handheld devices running on third generation (3G) mobile networks.
PocketSurfer2 comes with a built-in GPS (global positioning system) receiver for location-based services. (IANS)
Updated Date: Jan 31, 2017 02:06:17 IST