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Technopark tablet evokes global interest

Attitude Daksha, a tablet PC designed and developed by a Technopark incubated firm for an all-inclusive price of Rs 5,399, is getting trade enquiries, not just from India but also from Europe, the US and New Zealand. Telmoco Development Labs has designed and developed the low-budget tab, which is being manufactured in Taiwan.   Image removed. “We have received trade enquiries from a couple of leading distributors in India, Europe, New Zealand and the US. Since the discussions are still in progress we are constrained from revealing the names of the firms,” said Mr. Nijesh C.R., executive director of Telmoco. Attitude Daksha, which was formally launched in April, is ready for its launch on a commercial basis. “We are also initiating steps for the distribution of the low-priced tabs in schools and colleges. Discussions are being held with Amrita Institute in this regard,” said Nijesh. A Technopark-Technology Incubation Centre incubated firm promoted by Nijesh, Aadhith Bose and Kalpa Radhakrishnan, Telmoco Development Labs has targeted production of 19 lakh Attitude Daksha tabs during the first year. Attitude Daksha is a 7-inch tablet with a five-point touch screen, 1.2 GHz ARM Cortex A8 processor, 512 MB DDR3 RAM, HDMI port, Micro SD slot, 3.5 mm audio out, Micro USB port and OTG connector for 3G Dongle and RJ 45 LAN cable. It is capable of 1080p full HD video streaming and has dedicated 400 MHz GPU for advanced flash applications, interactive applications and full HD videos.