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Moi University assembles PCs, laptops and tablets to boost revenue

Thursday 25 July 2019 | 13:52 CET | News
Moi University has rolled out a set of locally assembled desktop, laptop and tablet computers in Nairobi in order to generate more income, Business Daily reported. In the desktop category are the MU Fortune Slim, MU Fortune DT, MU Fortune Liva Z plus VPro, MU Fortune Liva One VPro, MU Fortune WKS. Its notebooks are the MU Trigono V401 Plus, MU Fortune Work book, MU Fortune Slim book and All-In-One (MU Fortune AIO). 

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