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December 3, 2021

E-Boda launched IPS technology 9.7 inch screen new tablet

Romanian company E-Boda launched the new eponymous model Impresspeed IPS Supreme, with 9.7 inch screen, Android 4.0 operating system, 16 GB memory and 600-gramme weight. The tablet costs RON 999. Its capacitive screen recognizes up to 10 simultaneous touches, which makes the playing easier of the games and applications requiring several touches. The product is also Wi Fi  connectable and can also operate in 3G with certain USB sticks, with E-Boda going to put up for sale a few such modems priced at RON 150. “This year, we expect as many as 140,000 tablets of all brands to be sold on the market this year, with the company expecting a share of circa 7 pc,” said E-Boda founder Alexandru Dragoiu. Also, E-Boda sets out to sell 3,000 tablets of the new model by the end of this year and estimates sales of circa 10,000 units of all models, with this product category to account for 20 pc of the company’s turnover. Dragoiu also said E-Boda will launch this year at least two more tablet models, if not three, of which one will sell for a price somewhere between the two on the market already, which means for about RON  800, and a model less expensive than the first E-Boda-launched tablet which sells now for RON 599.

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