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Zinox moves in on Nigeria’s tablet space

October 25, 2013 • Mobile and Telecoms, Top Stories, West Africa

Leo Stan Ekeh, Chairperson and CEO of Zinox Technologies Ltd. (Image source: Zinox Technologies)

Leo Stan Ekeh, Chairperson and CEO of Zinox Technologies Ltd. (Image source: Zinox Technologies)

Zinox Technologies Limited., which brought out Nigeria’s first branded computers, has announced the November launch of its Zinox Z-Pad tablet range to the local market.

The mobile solution will incorporate WiFi and 3G and is designed to add value to the country’s growing mobile workforce writes This Day. Three versions of the product will reportedly be made available, with the flagship solution being the Z-PAD v 7.

Zinox Technologies Ltd. was established in 2001 and is focused on computer hardware manufacturing, distribution, ICT solutions, telecommunications, sales and support.

Leo Stan Ekeh, Chairperson and CEO of Zinox Technologies Ltd., is quoted as saying, “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 solution is said to include Zinox APP which features content about Nigeria.

In May the Company has made public its plans to launch what it described as “Africa’s largest single ICT product mall” by 2016.

Staff Writer

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