Eurostar offers tablet for Kenya students
Dubai, August 29, 2012
Eurostar, a leader in digital satellite receiving systems and consumer electronics, has launched a new range of innovative tablets with apps to enhance the education system in Kenya.
The tablets were launched last year and have recently become available across the African market.
While the Eurostar tablets are of premium quality, they have been priced to be affordable for people from a wide range of income groups to have access to the latest technology.
The Eurostar tablet offers users the latest preloaded applications (apps) available through the Android Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0 new operating system and many other useful apps.
Users can also access the Android marketplace and download thousands of free apps, said Raju Jethwani, chairman, Eurostar Group.
“The Eurostar education tablets aim to revolutionize the way students are educated and prepares them to be a part of the 21st century workforce,” he added.
“The tablet is made specifically for students and features extremely useful applications such as online tests, tutorial videos and study managers. It has become increasingly user friendly and readily allows students to access a wide range of study materials and aid their academic progress.”
The education tablet has transformed the evolving education sector and will play a vital role in assisting Kenyan students. Apart from this revolutionary tablet, Eurostar has also launched a special tablet for women, for online television and a general purpose tablet.
Telecom operators will be able to offer consumers attractive packages to purchase the tablet in the coming months, Jethwani said.
Eurostar has sold over 50 million electronic products worldwide along with a share of 100,000 tablets across the Middle East and Africa. – TradeArabia News Service
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