Saturday, July 07, 2012

Zync Global comes with a 3G-enabled at a price tag of Rs 11990

It looks like that tablet PC is no more a fashionable device. This latest ultra-portable device is becoming very popular among the technology users. Lots of companies are now competing against each other in the increasingly crowded tablet computer market. Because of this tough competition, tablet PC has become much affordable to low-income people.
India has the second largest population in the world and most of the people in this country are poor. To reach the blessing of technology among the poor or middle-income people, some companies like Zync Global and Micromax are producing low priced tablet PC.
Zync Global is a Noida-based computer maker which has launched its 3G-enabled tablet PC. It is priced at Rs 11,990. With the launch of this low-priced tablet PC, the company is expecting to reach a sales target half a million devices in the current fiscal year. The company is also targeting Rs 300 crore turnover this year.
Zync Global Director Ashish Garg told reporters, “The tablet market in India are 10 million units in FY2012 and we sold 100,000 tablets...we are confident that given the potential for 3G-enabled tablet PCs, we should easily sell half a million devices this fiscal.”
The tablet PC will run on Android 4.0 operating system. It also includes a 1.5 GHz processor, 2MP (rear) and 0.3MP (front) cameras, USB port and expandable memory up to 32 GB.
In the low-priced 3G-enabled tablet segment, Zync Global will face tough competition from Micromax, whose device is priced at about Rs 6,000.
Tablet PCs will be found available for buy at online portals and users can also buy it through a national distributor Balaji Solutions.