Bamboo Tablet PC for men to be launched in Ghana

A tablet PC targeted at men will be launched in Ghana April 9, 2012, the producers, Debonair Limited says.

According to the company, the Bamboo D300 Tablet for men is the newest in its range of tablets following in the footsteps of the Bamboo D180 and Bamboo D280 versions launched in June 2011.

“The Bamboo D300 Tablet PC is a remarkable tablet that and is touted as the No.1 tablet PC in terms of value for money balancing price with high quality. It is also recognized as the No.1 tablet for Africa with long battery life (in recognition of power outages) and a flashlight to enable you see your way at night,” Debonair says, and its emphasis is on speed and simplicity.

The company says the tablet has a dual-core CPU that makes it the fastest tablet PC in the market today and “is two times faster than its closest competitors (up to 10x faster than some tablets in the market today),” according to Debonair.

The Bamboo D300 also runs on the Android 3.2 (Honeycomb) operating system; upgradeable to Android 4.0 (Ice-cream sandwich) operating system, according to the company.

“Men will fall in love with the Bamboo D300 tablet because it is a simple, easy-to-carry around tablet that makes it easy to do the things men love – transact business, sports, watch movies, read books & magazines, listen to music, download apps, play games, check emails and surf the web on a simple touch-screen interface. It’s great for men of all ages, and provides a great intuitive experience; even for men who do not know how to use computers,” says Debonair’s CEO Mr. Adebola Omololu.

By Emmanuel K. Dogbevi

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