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Sahara Computers introduces Tablet PC

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Sahara Computers introduces Tablet PC

Sahara Computers and Electronics Ltd, the South Africa based global technology major in the IT hardware space, has introduced the Windows XP Tablet PC in India. The Tablet PC (NB7630-N7) is priced at Rs 66,999.

Powered by Intel Pentium M Dothan 1.7GHz processor, the Tablet PC sports 512 MB DDR RAM, which can be further augmented to 2GB RAM for multiple application launch. A massive storehouse for all purposes, the Tablet PC NB 7630-N7 comes with an 80 GB Ultra ATA 4200 HDD and a DVD R/RW capable of writing at 8/4/8X speed.

Commenting on the new introduction, George Van Der Merwe, Chief Operating Officer, SCEL, said, "With current trends of rapidly evolving technology and open access to information on new tools to improve productivity and efficiency, it has become imperative that we pre-empt the customer's technology needs of tomorrow, today."

"The launch of SCEL's NB7630-N7 Tablet PC is a step in this direction, which to a great extent takes into consideration the Indian customer's affordability quotient and also reaffirms our commitment to bridging the technology and digital divide," he further said.

The compact Wi-Fi Tablet PC offers complete portability and comes with a 12.1 inch TFT display that offers 180-degree rotation and is ideal for presentation purposes and sports high battery life of 3.5-4 hours The PC weighs 2.5 kg.

It also supports four USB 2.0 ports and one port each for sound/volume control, D-Sub VGA Port, S-Video TV Out port, DC in Jack, Headphone Out Jack, Microphone Jack, compatible RJs for phone and LAN and a Kensington Lock Hole.

SCEL's initial manufacturing plant, based in Uttar Pradesh, will supply a broad range of IT products, which will include computers, servers, laptops and peripherals, through 25 distribution hubs covering all major states in India.

SCEL's regional offices in Mumbai, New Delhi, Chennai, Kolkata, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Lucknow will provide sales, marketing and a quality service management centre to ensure that the brand is never compromised.


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