New Delhi: Datawind has today launched two new Android Gingerbread tablets, Ubislate 7+ and Ubislate 7C for 2,999 and Rs 3,999 respectively. The Ubislate 7+ sports a 7-inch resistive display, a Cortex A8 processor clocked at 800MHz, 3200mah battery, Wi-Fi, GPRS, phone functionality (users can make or receive calls through the tablet) and 2GB of inbuilt memory. The Ubislate 7C also features the same specs but the only difference lies in the fact that its 7-inch display is capacitive rather than resistive and it comes with inbuilt memory of 4GB. Other specs include expandable memory card slot up to 32GB and one USB2.0 port. Datawind claims that these Android tablets would offer up to 180 minutes of battery life and has also tied-up with Aircel which will provide 2GB of GPRS data for Rs 100 a month. To manufacture these Ubislates, Datawind has partnered with VMC systems. The vendor is promising a lot content tie-ups with firms like Yahoo India, The Indian Express Group, GetJar, InMobi, Poketalk. The Ubislates will also support a dozen Indian languages including Hindi, Marathi, Tamil, Punjabi and a few others.