Lenovo, the world's leading computer maker, has introduced its lowest-priced consumer tablet costing less than 4,000 baht to Thailand to cash in on the growing market.
Mr Jeerawut and his presenters show the new A3000 model yesterday. The new tablet, with a seveninch display, 1.2-gigahertz quadcore processor and 3G capability, is marked at 6,900 baht. Its S6000, which will be available later this year, has a 10-inch display and is priced at 9,900 baht.
It will use pricing strategies to attract customers amid slow consumer spending, said Jeerawut Wongpimonporn, Lenovo Thailand's manager.
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