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In Thailand, released their first tablet

The other day, Computer System Connection International (CSC) introduced the first ever tablet developed by a Thai team of experts. According to preliminary estimates, sales of CSC Wisebook in the first year will be 350 000 units and will generate revenue of 2,5 billion baht.

The device name is an abbreviation: WISE - Windows, Intel, smart and easy.

According to CSC CEO Pichai Neranartkormol, the company will not be limited exclusively to the Thai market, but intends to establish cooperation with all ASEAN countries. Thai experts joined forces with Microsoft and Intel as part of equipping their tablet with the Windows 8.1 operating system and the Atom Z3735 processor.

CSC Wisebook is the first local brand to be created according to international technology and design standards. It's also the first time a local company has partnered with two tech giants in the smart device space.

СSC Wisebook is designed in three versions: with a diagonal of 8, 8,9 and 10,1 inches. The cost is 6, 990 and 8 baht, respectively. The tablets are available for sale from today at 990 CSC stores throughout Thailand.

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