Chairman/Chief Executive Officer, Zinox Computers, Leo Stan Ekeh
Zinox Technologies Limited, manufacturers of internationally certified branded computers in Nigeria, is set to unveil its tablet in the country next month.
Targeted at the growing mobile workforce, the Z-PAD range of tablets will combine two variants – Wi-Fi and 3G – to enhance user connectivity, the Chairman, Zinox Group, Chief Leo Stan Ekeh, said while addressing newsmen in Lagos.
The flagship of the range is the Z-PAD v 7 running on 4th Generation Intel Core i3 -3217U 1.80GHz processor and Intel vPro, 4GB Memory, slim detachable keyboard, 11-inch display screen and Windows 8 Pro.
The Z-PAD v7 supports GSM, and has an active stylus option with 10 point capacitive multi-touch, providing a two-in-one flexibility with the convenience and power of an ultra book, The CEO Zinox said.
The Z-PAD v6 tablet, which runs on a dual core processor, Android 4.2 Jelly Bean upgradeable, 10-inch display with 1280×800 pixel resolution, dual cameras (front and rear), has a 10-point capacitive multi-touch and a long battery life – 8,000mAh Li- polymer, Zinox said.
The Z-PAD v5 also has a dual core processor, Android 4.2 Jelly Bean upgradeable, 7-inch display with 1280×800 pixel resolution, dual cameras, supports GSM, with a 10-point capacitive multi-touch and a long battery life- 8,000mAh Li- polymer.
“The Z- PAD Android-based tablets are affordable, feature-rich tablets for people who want to be constantly connected wherever they are.
“The tablets have an upscale fit and finish, and are designed with longevity in mind with the right components so that customers will be just as delighted with their tablet one year from now, as they are on the day they take it out of the box,” the firm added.
Commenting on the Z-PAD range of tablets, Ekeh said that Zinox had kept faith with the expectations of the computing public in Nigeria by designing and manufacturing a range of tablets to meet the needs of customers, who were on the go and were relentlessly striving for excellence.
The tablets, he said, would yield high levels of performance that would guarantee a competitive edge for end-users while giving IT departments what they need – the ability to integrate into an existing corporate environment with full compatibility to current Windows applications and Microsoft Office integration.
The tablets, the Zinox boss said, featured optional advanced security features and services such as TPM.
In addition, the tablets, he added, come preloaded with a Zinox application that will contain Nigerian content that enables consumers to have an in-depth knowledge of Nigeria through an inspirational presentation of role models in politics, sports, academics and arts and culture.
Zinox Technologies Group recently completed the installation of its new digital PC/Phones assembly plant to enhance its capacity to keep pace with international quality standards.
This multi-class functionality facility produces desktops, laptops, tablets PCs and phones, and is structured to produce a wider range of gadgets with available components. To harness this facility, Zinox partnered with Foxconn – the world’s largest electronic manufacturer measured by revenue and whose clients include Intel, Apple and Dell.
Culled from punch