Acer, the world's fourth-largest PC maker, yesterday launched what it dubs the cheapest educational tablet computer among top global brands in a move to compete at a throwaway price.
Mr Nitipat and a happy customer show the new Iconia tablet. The WiFi-only device features a seven-inch display and a dual-core processor. Priced at 3,990 baht, it runs the Android 4.1 operating system.
The Taiwanese computer maker is ratcheting up the fight against Chinese brands, which are gaining popularity and taking market share from international tablet makers.
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