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New Brazilian companies are jumping on the cheap tablet bandwagon. Some of the most recognizable national brands include Amvox, which is located in the countryside of the Bahia state and DL, a Minas Gerais-based manufacturer.
Back in 2004, when DL started its operations, the initials stood for "Doce Lar" ("Sweet Home", in Portuguese) and the firm made eletric rice cookers. Today, DL means Digital Life and the company expects to produce at least two million tablets this year.
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