Taiwanese Computer firm MSI to introduce economy tablets in India



Gains and pluses seem to spell the current stance for the Tech population in emerging India. The developing kingdom is no stranger for the world market as it continues to reflect the technological progression in various spheres.

Equally aware are the exterior players which are persistent with their focus at the Indian bazaar. This was evident last week as the Taiwanese firm MSI declared to launch a low cost tablet series called ‘Enjoy’, at a meager amount which would be a rupee less than 14k.

The two variants of ‘Enjoy’, which would be available in models of 7 and 10 inches discretely, would be in style with the titles of ‘Enjoy 7’ & ‘Enjoy 10’ respectively.

Elaborating on the company’s Eco policy, MSI India general manager Eric Kuo said, “Our products do not have some prominent features such as 3G and GPS because we do not see enough market for the same in a country like India currently which reduces the cost of the products to a great extent.”

“‘Enjoy’ series has been designed keeping the ultimate end-user in mind, it offers productivity while on the go and provides more ways to have fun and connect with friends,” he further said.

Description of the MSI tablets mainly includes an Android platform, dual 2 mega pixel camera, 4 GB internal storage space micro-SD card slot (maximum 32 GB) along with the battery life lasting for 5 hours.

With the entrance of MSI, it’s needless to mention that a mushrooming tablet market like India will now have better choices and stiffer competition.

Prominent names like Samsung, HTC, Motorola have already given the market place a Mall like feel that characterize the fact of having multiple players under one roof 