Mercury Announces Diwali Festive Scheme on mTab Range of Tablets

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Mercury Announces Diwali Festive Scheme on mTab Range of Tablets

 

Kobian, an India based computer peripheral manufacturer who sells handsets and tablets under the brand name Mercury has announced special Tablet schemes and offers to capitalize sales this Diwali.

Reportedly, the company is offering assured free 4 GB micro SD card and also a lucky draw to win prizes like LED TV and more. The offer is valid from November 1 to November 25, 2012.

Commenting on the same, Sushmita Das, Country Manager - India, Kobian said, "We wish everyone a happy Diwali with our festive scheme. It is an opportunity to reward customers who buy a tablet from our Mercury range."

Further, Sushmita added, “Customers can choose a tablet from our Mercury tablet range according to their budget, style and rich features. Tablets are the latest rage among tech-savvy people. Being the most popular among the tech gadgets, tablets are becoming more and more useful. We are thankful to all our customers for making us successful. "

Recently, Kobian launched mTab7, an entry level low cost budget 7-inch capacitive light touch screen (800x480p) tablet fearing Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system, 1.2 GHz Cortex A8 processor, 512 MB RAM, 3G support via dongle, 0.3 Mega Pixel front camera, Micro USB 2.0, HDMI port and 2,300 mAh battery.

Adding to that, in the past the company has also launched couple of other mTab tablets, including mTab Neo2 which features 9.7-inch wide IPS display, Ice Cream Sandwich, 1.2GHz processor and 1GB of DDR3 RAM priced at Rs.11,999.

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