With the ever available room for modifications in the tech world, Canadian company Noca Instrument (manufacturers of tablet PCs and computer components) recently unveiled their second generation tablets that come in a thinner, modish and powerful overall package.
These latest versions come as improved versions of their predecessors which were already quality tablet PCs that offered users sufficient multimedia experience.
The second generation tablets all have quad core processors making them much faster than the first generation tablets which had dual core processors. They also run on Android Operating System 4.2 Jelly Bean which is customizable, makes everything feel fast, fluid and smooth, works seamlessly with all
Noca Elite II:
The noca Elite II is at the top of the Noca Instrument brand. It maintains a similar design as its predecessor, but with an upgraded classy hardware and an increased focus on software features.
The 9.7" tablet features a high-definition screen with a resolution of 1024×768 pixels and speakers that allow for virtual surround sound listening of films, games and music. It has an improved camera of 2MP front and 5MP rear cameras whereas the first generation version of the tablet had 0.3MP front camera and 2MP rear camera. The camera app implements new features including new modes and an updated interface.
The Elite II has an added phone feature which lacked in the Elite I and a 16GB memory. This gives you a self-contained tablet feel.
It is now even easier to pair it with its detachable keyboard which can also be used to charge the device.
Noca libri 7 II:
The 7" tablet features a new sleek hardware and an increased focus on software features. It maintains its slim design making it the smallest most portable of the noca tablets trio.
It also has improved camera features and higher resolutions.
Noca libri II:
The noca Libri II tablet is one chic tablet that will appeal to every eye with its sleek white finish. Pairing it with its wireless detachable keyboard will give you the ultimate PC feel, making your work easier especially if you are used to typing on an external keyboard.
The 10.1" tablet features a wide-screen display that looks bright and sharp. It rests inside a body that is thin (9.2mm) and light (0.46kg).
The Libri II has a striking higher resolution of 1280×800 pixels, improved from its predecessor which has 1024x600pixels.
Led by their slogan "Why limit yourself?" Noca instrument aims at providing their users with gadgets that they can use easily and make their work easier by manufacturing quality standard and stylish gadgets that can be used for work, fun and staying in touch.
The company's Founder and Global Chairman
The noca tablets will be launched into the Kenyan market any time from March this year.
Visit Noca Instrument online at www.nocatab.com and their Facebook page for more information.
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