Dell Launches Windows 8 Tablets, Ultrabooks Into Nigerian Market

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VENTURES AFRICA- Leading technology corporation and computer maker, Dell Inc., in partnership with Microsoft and Intel Nigeria, has launched its touch-enabled Windows 8 XPS PCs into the Nigeria market.

The new products include the XPS 12 convertible Ultrabook which delivers stunning design and outstanding productivity, XPS 10 tablet, Latitude 10 tablet, Inspiron 15z Ultrabook, Latitude 6430u Ultrabook, OptiPlex 9010 All-in-One with touch, XPS One 27 with touch and Precision brands.

With the new products made public, Dell aims to provide a more intuitive computing experience and address evolving customer desires. The new products are expected to free customers from carrying multiple devices, helping them save time and be more productive.

Dell’s Client Product Marketing Manager, Anglophone East and West Africa, Annie Odo-Effiong said the firm is determined with partnership of Microsoft and Intel to help customers touch the future with a refreshed portfolio of business and consumer PCs built for Microsoft Windows 8.

“Dell’s new systems deliver on the promise of new advances in computing, a leading-edge and intuitive touch experience, the security and manageability required by today’s always-on pace and the design aesthetic, style and precision workmanship that meets customers’ demand.”

Odo-Effiong explained that the Company’s new stylish products were not limited to designing great tablets and PCs; rather it is also updating its line of computing peripherals.

“Dell is making available a 23-inch S2340T multi-touch monitor and TP713 wireless touchpad designed specifically to extend the Windows 8 experience. The S2340T is Dell’s first multi-touch monitor, designed to maximize a media entertainment experience with beautiful aesthetics, performance and a multi-position, 90-degree articulating stand,” Odo-Effiong said.

Relatively, vice president of PC Product Group at Dell, Sam Burd, said “Dell and Microsoft have strived to make technology more accessible and intuitive for more than two decades and the introduction of new Dell PCs and Windows 8 software is another important milestone in this journey.”

“Dell remains on the forefront of designing the industry’s best range of PCs to meet the diverse needs of its customers – whether businesses concerned with security and manageability or tech-savvy consumers interested in a new device for both personal and business use. Dell’s exciting new XPS product portfolio, part of which is available for pre-order today, addresses this diverse set of needs and is a key catalyst in making exciting new touch-based computing experiences a reality.”

Noting its user-friendly enabled quality, Burd stated that “Dell has crafted inspired designs that enable new user experiences and make touch computing available to more customers than ever before.”

“As of today, consumers in Nigeria will be able to purchase a range of new Dell products for home and for business including: the XPS 10 tablet, Latitude 10 tablet, XPS 12 convertible Ultrabook, Inspiron 15z Ultrabook, Latitude 6430u Ultrabook, optiPlex 9010 All-in-one with touch XPS one 27,” he said.