Rajasthan Royals has announced its exciting new partnership with Mumbai based ICE X Electronics, a manufacturer of an exclusive range of tablet computers, smart-phones, and other Android devices.
This first-of-its-kind association between the IPL franchise and electronics manufacturer, will see a Royals line of limited-edition smart devices. As a first product, the club announced the launch of the limited Royal Edition of ICE Xtreme Pro, a high-end dual core 3G calling tablet.
The exclusive launch has made Rajasthan Royals the first sports team in the world to introduce its very own range of branded smart devices and adds to the exciting inventory of merchandise the team offers fans.The Royals will be launching many more co-branded smart devices with its new official handset partner ICE X in the future, and these devices will focus on the latest technology.
The newly launched ICE Xtreme Pro tablet comes loaded with exclusive content and RR App that will help cricketing fans to follow the sport and the club on the go. The sleek dual sim calling tablet is equipped with a powerful dual core processor, 1GB RAM and supports 3G data and calling. It also comes with HD display and 8 GB storage, besides Bluetooth, GPS and dual camera.
The tablet runs on latest Android Jelly Bean operating System and comes in an amazing limited edition packing, which fans would like to keep for years. As a part of the Royal Fan experience, the customers would also get one year doorstep service warranty. In keeping with its policy to provide amazing products to its fans at extremely affordable prices, the high end limited edition tablet would be available at a price point of just around Rs.10,000.
The tablet will be sold through the Rajasthan Royals’ official website and exclusive pre-booking are now accepted through online sales partner Snapdeal and retail sales partner Big Bazaar on an exclusive basis. The company also has special discount offers for students covered under Rajiv Gandhi Digital Vidyarthi Yojana at Big Bazaar stores in Rajasthan.
via Press note