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Smartron t.book Review

Little-known Indian startup Smartron was founded in 2014 but only made the news a month ago when it was announced that Sachin Tendulkar was investing in the company and would act as its brand ambassador. Smartron is now promoting itself as a homegrown Internet of Things (IoT) player, which is a very interesting space to be in at this time. We're curious to see what exactly the company will come up with and how it will position IoT products and services in India. However, it seems we're going to have to wait a little while to see how that plays out, as Smartron's focus right now is on a pair of relatively conventional products: a Windows 10 tablet and an Android smartphone.

Today we're reviewing the Smartron t.book, a 2-in-1 tablet with a mid-range price and high-end aspirations. (Disclosure: The Smartron t.book is available via the Gadgets 360 Shop.) It's immediately reminiscent of Microsoft's iconic Surface line of tablets, though it should be noted that several top-tier companies including Lenovo and HP are trying the same formula as well.

The Smartron t.book is visually striking, but can it match up to PC hardware from established players, and is it better than comparably priced laptops? 
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