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As sales of tablet computers continue to rise in Brazil, manufacturers are investing in the very lucrative business of making low-cost devices for the masses.
Huge demand from consumers who cannot afford higher-spec devices from the likes of Apple or Samsung - or simply want to give the technology a try - means the Brazilian high street is now awash with tablets costing R$300 ($123) or less.
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According to technology analyst IT Data, low-cost devices represent 64 percent of all tablets sold in Brazil in the second quarter of 2013.
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