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Wipro introduces Tablet PC

Wipro introduces Tablet PC

Bangalore: Wipro joins the PC bandwagon along with Apple's iPad, with the introduction of its product under E.go lifestyle series, designed for the Indian market. The tablet PC comes with a keyboard unlike other tablet PCs, reports Tanuja, from Financial Business Chronicle.

The product, which has a 10" LED touchscreen with a 1.3 megapixel webcam, swivel base and weighs 1.2 kg, is based on the Intel Atom processor N270 and supports Windows 7. It is Bluetooth, WiFi 802.11 b/g/n and 3G SIM ready.

Acer is already in the Indian market with a tablet PC. HP, Asus have announced their intention of launching tablet PCs. And Hyderabad-based Notion Ink is planning to come out with its Adam Tablet.

Ashok Tripathy, Head-Systems & Technology division, Infrastructure Availability Services, Wipro Infotech, told that there is a lot of customer interest for the tablet PC which has just been launched. "We expect traction for the product going forward and are targeting enterprises, educational institutions and individual consumers," he said, declining to mention any sales target.

Wipro has competitively priced its tablet PC at Rs. 30,000. It is being manufactured at the firm
's Kotdwar facility.

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