Kobian, a leading player in computer peripherals and tablets, has set the road map on Mercury tablets for the year 2013-14. They are going to release 7+ tablets in the market during the quarter AMJ 2013 which will have all the competing features and much more to deliver the increasing needs of the customers. They have been designed tablets to meet the growing demands of students and business executives who are shifting their interest from traditional PCs and laptops to tablets. The new mercury tablets will be compact in size with new designs that will deliver the style quotient. With advanced technologies, the tablets are being developed to speed-up the working experience. They would be aggressively priced to target the students and business employees who would prefer to purchase highly reliable, portable and easy to use tablets. They would also release attractive tablet leather cases in their accessory segment.
Kobian launched tablets under the brand of Mercury with rich features, well built-in quality, designed to meet the needs of customer at affordable prices. Kobian has just successfully completed road shows in different cities across India and plans to continue the road shows in order to educate the prospective customers and help them choose the right. New models will begin to hit the market by end of April 2013 with the higher versions of existing dual-core, quad-core processors and high definition display.
Mercury tablets are all Android based, the OS which allows one to download world of apps, easy connectivity, share files & pictures on social media, latest updates on news & technologies, play numerous games and provides entertainment. The long battery back- up of 5-6 hours, advanced technology at aggressive prices and attractive designs are the strengths of Mercury tablets.
Sushmita Das, VP – Business at Kobian Pte Ltd said “We had launched more than 8 models in 2012-13 which saw great success in sales growth among all product lines. Our major focus is to design the tablets that meet the needs of the user at affordable prices without compromising on the quality. 2013 will see more models with higher versions, dual and quad core processors and high definition display.”