Insurance company says its "multimillion" development of a streamline, easy-to-use iPad app will be introduced first in Singapore, before being deployed to other key markets in Asia-Pacific.
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Fujitsu may have accidentally stumbled across the ideal tablet for consumers that brings the Ice Cream Sandwich version of Android, a quad-core processor and good connectivity, but is pitching it primarily for business use
Cupertino unveils enhanced hardware features to its device, such as faster chip and LTE support, with Asia-Pacific markets such as Singapore and Australia among first to get new iPad.
Singapore company expands product range from music gadgets to now include Internet-connected tablets in bid to become wireless entertainment player. But company execs say devices won't compete directly with Apple iPad.
Apple will avail its tablet in nine international countries including Singapore, Hong Kong and New Zealand on Jul. 23. In Singapore, prices start from S$728 for 16GB Wi-Fi and S$928 for 16GB Wi-Fi plus 3G models.
The Apple iPad tablet goes on sale in Singapore and Hong Kong in July. Here are some tips to prepare yourself for the iPad:Get the 3G+Wi-Fi model of iPad, not the WiFi-only model.
Fusion Garage brings JooJoo tablet to Singapore and intends to continue expansion, says founder, who remains confident of device's appeal in face of iPad competition.
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