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According to the Brazilian Electronics Industry Association (Abinee) the tablet market will represent 30 percent of the Brazilian computer market by the end of 2013. The bullish predictions also meant that other Brazilian firms more traditionally known for their presence in different electronics segments also sought to claim their slice of the tablet pie.
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TecToy, a Brazilian manufacturer better known for its gaming consoles, has now added low-cost tablets for kids and adults to its offering.
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CCE, another Brazilian company that initially made stereos and VHS players, was bought out by Chinese electronics firm Lenovo in 2012 and started making low-cost tablets this year. The company has recently announced that it will start manufacturing tablets based on Qualcomm reference designs and its Snapdragon processors.
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