We expect a rapid merger of lap tops and tablets as well as phones and tablets in the years to come. Our goal is to provide high quality, competitive solutions that are in line with the future.
Los Altos, CA (PRWEB) March 11, 2014
IN Media Corp. (IMDC.OB) focusing on consumer's needs, announced a new device combining the functionality of both a tablet PC and lap top PC. This device is be especially useful for heavy duty road warriors who carry both for specific usages. IN Media presented its own version of a tablet PC, the 11.6 inches solution combines a keyboard, 320GB hard disk and 10 point capacitive touch screen with 1366 x 768 resolution in 16:9 format. Powerful Intel graphics, GMA HD4000 chipsets with mini HDMI, 2 USB ports (3.0 and 2.0), SD card, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4, and a RJ45 slot offers all the required features of a lap top PC and tablet PC. This product also supports an optional SIM Card for voice and data connectivity.
“We expect a rapid merger of lap tops and tablets as well as phones and tablets in the years to come. Our goal is to provide high quality, competitive solutions that are in line with the future,” said Dr. Nick Karnik, CEO, IN Media Corporation.
About IN Media Corp
IN Media Corp is an integrator of Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) services, products and content for major platform and service providers (e.g. cable, satellite, and Internet providers). IN Media provides a combination of products and services: tablets, laptop PC computers, set-top box hardware and software services, manufacturing of the set-top boxes, library of content and content aggregation for platform providers to implement an all-in-one solution for IPTV services. More information can be found at: http://www.inmediacorp.com
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