Dell will introduce a tablet made exclusively for China by the end of the year, in a bid to better meet the market's demands.
China has been singled out because consumers want their tablets cheap, even at the expense of power, said Peter Marrs, Dell's Asia-Pacific Japan sales executive director, according to Forbes on Thursday. He was speaking at a media event in Singapore.
The market potential for that segment reflects the rise ofbrands, where sees Android tablets sell as little as US$60 in China, noted the report.
Marrs added touch devices on Windows 8 have not worked as well as hoped for Dell, but was optimistic over 8.1 doing better.
In 2011, Dell had similarly Streak 10 Pro Android tablet there, ahead of other countries.with the global launch of its