Scopad tipped to win govt tablet contract - report

Wednesday 22 February 2012 | 02:03 CET | News
China's Scope Scientific Development is tipped to win the Thai government's tender for its One Tablet per Child programme. The company has passed the government's terms of reference requirements and offered the lowest bid price at USD 81 per unit, ahead of rivals Huawei, TCL, ZTE, and Lenovo. Scope Scientific Development is likely to be awarded with the contract to supply some 750,000 tablets, The Bangkok Post writes citing a source familiar with the situation. The Scopad SP0712 features a 7-inch touchscreen, 512 MB of ram and 8 GB of storage, and runs on Android 3.2. The tablet also supports

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