HCL has had a presence in the laptop, desktop and all-in-one market for quite some time. It has also tried to make its presence felt in the budget tablet market by launching Me Tab X1 and Me Tab U1. Now HCL is all set to launch another tablet based on Google’s latest mobile OS, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The device is expected to cost Rs. 15,000 and will be available in August 2012. The tablet called Y2 will not only support Wi-Fi but 3G capabilities will also be there. Other specifications of the device include a 1 GHz Arm Cortex A8 processor, 512 MB RAM and access to HCL Me App store from where users can download applications. In the past, HCL has removed the Google Play store from the X1 and the U1 Me Tabs, which has been its greatest disappointment. It is expected that HCL gives users access to the Google Play store along with the HCL Me App Store in the Y2.