After Acer entered the lower end tablet market in India featuring its sub Rs 10,000 Iconia B1 tablet model, it appears major OEMs around the globe are finding the actual low end tablet segment being lucrative. Yesterday, Lenovo revealed its financial statements of their third quarter. This company announced that development in 2013 will probably be driven with the rapidly increasing demand for smartphones, tablets as well as other unique form factor computing devices like ultra portables and hybrids.
Amar Babu, managing director, Lenovo India said, “We got a great response from the Indian industry for the Android smartphones that we launched recently. Overall, the product reviews have already been positive and it’s very encouraging.” Commenting on whether Lenovo is looking toward launch cheap Android based tablet PCs in India, Babu said, “Recently, we launched the Lenovo IdeaTab A2107 with a very aggressive price tag. We find potential in the market. So, if the market exits then we would be interested in launching a range of products.”
India continues to remain one of many fastest growing PC markets in the world and Lenovo believes that the future is going to be dominated by the presence of four screens- PC, Tablets, Smartphones, and Smart TVs, in accordance with the company.