Keeping ‘Tabs’ On The Market

Entatech UK Ltd has launched a new range of tablet devices to their product portfolio on

The addition of tablets from vendor Fujitsu, and new vendors DGM and Mobinote, has greatly expanded the range of coveted, high-end mobile products available from Entatech, essential for today’s market, which has seen huge growth over the past 12 months.

Dean Langford, Electronics Channel Manager at Entatech, commented: “We’re really excited to be including these new products to our range and have already had a fantastic response from our customers. As a distributor, it is vital that we keep our portfolio up to date with products that are in demand, and keep in-line with the latest trends and technologies. The tablet market is one of the largest and fastest growing in our industry and I’m more than confident that this launch will be welcomed by our resellers who will benefit from the potential in growing their profit and customer base.”
DGM are a new vendor to Entatech and their range of tablets, which are available in 7-10 inch panel sizes, combine the latest Android technology, including Jelly Bean, with the latest features to rival other devices on the market. The 10” model boasts a capacitive touch screen with Dual Core 1.6GHz and Quad Core GPU with 1GB of DDR3 memory and web cam. Web browsers will also benefit from high speed Wi-Fi and Bluetooth capabilities, whilst the stereo power amplifier will provide a sound like never before. No matter what size panel chosen, users will experience sharp, high definition with ultra-responsive touch and speed with enhanced vision and sound.

Entatech first introduced tablets to with the inclusion of Fujitsu’s STYLISTIC Q702 – Fujitsu’s hybrid PC which users can operate as a tablet or a typical notebook, through the use of its attachable, ergonomic keyboard. The addition of further models from new vendors will only expand the product range offered to Entatech resellers – and their customers – offering a breadth of features, benefits and margin opportunities.

Portable devices, such as smart phones and most noticeably, tablets, have seen a huge increase in sales as resellers look for products which cater to the needs of today’s modern user. Users want to access their data on the go – whether they use devices for work or personal use. The investment in a tablet device will provide them with all the benefits of the latest laptop PC, with the added benefit of a compact, portable shape and weight boosted with features and the latest technologies.

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David Dungay

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