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Tablet now in

Ropate Valemei And Geraldine Panapasa
Saturday, February 16, 2013

THE most demanded Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, a sleek and stylish Android Tablet is now available at one of Digicel Fiji's outlets in Suva.

And it is thinner than any other 10-inch tablet device on the market and boasts fast connectivity, full multimedia entertainment, web browsing and customised user interface.

Digicel Fiji head of marketing Sheryl Singh said the inclusion of innovative features on the Samsung Galaxy Tab made it one of the most highly anticipated gadgets in Fiji and a leading Tablet in its class.

"With the growing popularity of Tablets in Fiji, the Samsung Galaxy Tab is sure to impress consumers from all walks of life," Ms Singh said.

"Apart from being an entertainment 'power-house', the Galaxy Tab 10.1 also has features that would be useful for business professionals as it is compatible with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and PDF, making it ideal for handling your business needs." The Galaxy Tab also features a 1GHz dual core processor and is supported by Android Honeycomb 3.1, a powerful operating system that gives users an enhanced Tablet experience.

Ms Singh said the Galaxy Tab 10.1 included the popular Samsung Social Hub — a single interface that aggregates email, instant messaging, contacts, calendar and social network connections. It also boasts a 7000mAh battery for all-day tablet use, lasting up to nine hours for everyday tasks. The gadget is available from Digicel MHCC flagship for $1459.

Meanwhile, F1 Mobile Solutions technical adviser Damien Whippy said the introduction of new technology and gadgets meant widespread access to the internet.

"I believe that this is a powerful instrument for change across the Pacific particularly in the area of education," he said yesterday.





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