Nigerian Company Launches African Laptops and Tablets Branded ‘Knack’
A Nigerian company, Knack International Limited, claims to have manufactured its first set of tablets and laptops.
Through a media release, Knack international limited announced that they unveiled the Laptops and Tablet PCs on the 29th of June 2013 at National Centre for Technology Management NACETEM, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Osun State in Nigeria.
Knack International Limited claims to be a “new computer and other related ICT products company that cater to the middle and low income earners around the world.” The company claims to “focus on providing quality yet affordable Tablets and Laptops and accessories, and position ourselves as the top brand servicing this particular market.”
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Specs of the Laptop
Knack 13.3′ Laptop
Ultraslim and Lightweight
4GB ram, 500GB hard disk
Intel Dual Core
4,400 mAh BAttery
Windows 7 OS
Specs of the Tablet
Boxchip A20 1.2Ghz, 7.85 inch screen, 1024*768 IPS Display, 1GB RAM 8/16GB inbuilt memory, Battery type Lithium-ion 3500mAh “WI-FI (802.11B/G/N); Quin-touch screen Android 4.2 Front 0.3/Back 2.0MP camera, Earphone port，HDMI port, Mini USB port, DC-in jack, memory card port, Gravity-SENSOR ,Video Communication support, Bluetooth