Byond introduces tablet PC range


New Delhi, Oct 29: Byond Tech Electronics has brought to India the biggest range of tablets under one Brand with 10 versions of “MI Book”.
 Its retail range starts from Rs 4300 to Rs 11000. All MI Books come with 3D Screens.
 Prashant Bora, CEO, Byond Tech Electronics said, “We have brought to India, the biggest range of Tablets, under one Brand, with 10 versions of “MI Book” as we call it, with retail range starting from 4300 to 11000 all MI Books come with 3D Screens.
 “The Product our Research Team was most excited about was the “Laplet”, which would prove to be the biggest gift for the consumers in this Navratra Season.”
 Bollywood sensation Zarine Khan revealed her techie side at launch event of ‘Byond Tech’ here recently.
 Busy exploring the products like a kid lost in toys, she said, “I guess this should be the biggest range of tablets under one brand. The most interesting thing I have seen is the “Laplet” I am hooked to my Laplet ever since I have started using it.”

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