Marketed as Orange Tablets in the region, these cost effective Tablet PC(s) would be the turning point in facilitating access to broadband internet services in the Mauritian and African markets. Also, it would enhance the educational reforms by enabling both teachers and learners to move away from the traditional teacher-centred, task-oriented and memory-based education to digital, anytime, everywhere available education.
Two models launched are:
1. Penta T-Pad IS703C, a power-packed 7” Tablet PC with ‘best-in-class’
2. Penta T-Pad WS802C, an 8” Tablet PC with unmatched features and ‘best-in-class’
On this occasion, Vijender Singh, Managing Director of Pantel Technologies said that “We are very delighted to have yet another milestone for Pantel Technologies. We have joined hands with Orange and Mauritius telecom to bring digital computing solutions to the Mauritian and African markets at affordable prices. As we foray in the Mauritian market, we aspire to create and satisfy our international clientele with superior technology at best price. With this international tie-up, Pantel is earning more credibility with each passing day.”
Pantel Technologies has a reverse data-bundling alliance with BSNL in India. The tablets are available pan-India and is penetrating in the remote areas of the country.