“All tablets have increased durability to withstand the rigors of daily use by students. Although utilitarian in function, they still have the clean look of more high-end tablets and are available in four colors: charcoal black, azure blue, rose gold, and graphite gray,” Arvin Arik Carranceja said.
Filipino-owned ABC Tech Ventures Inc. is now further expanding its horizon of sharing its expertise and in providing technology to Filipino learners, as it formally unveils its more advanced yet kid-friendly X8, X10, and X10 Plus tablets.
Arvin Arik Carranceja, the chief executive officer of ABC Tech Ventures Inc, said the newly launched X8, X10, and X10 Plus tablets were designed to be more sophisticated for kids with more refined tastes, on top of having a sleeker and more refined look compared to their brightly colored counterparts that are for younger kids.
These higher-end models have dual cameras, an 8MP front-facing camera and a 13MP rear-facing one, which should be more
than adequate for capturing and documenting anything that is needed for class. The X8 on the other hand has an 8mp rear camera and a 5mp front camera.
Each device is made to be used by a different age group, and the most obvious difference would be the size and storage capacity of the devices.
The X8 screen measures 8.0 inches is best used by grade school children and has 32GB of storage.
Coming in with an upgrade of 64GB of storage and a 10.1-inch screen is the X10, ABC Tech’s offering for high school level learners. The next model upgrade, the X10 Plus, has similar features to the X10, but has a slightly larger screen at 10.4 inches with 8GB and 128GB of storage.
These tablets have specifications that make them the most effective for their target age range, and as the user’s estimated education makes more demands of the software they use and the variety of applications they need, the models also increase in power and processing capability.
This gradation of devices has proven to be effective and has paved the way for ABC Tech’s remarkable growth.
This year, the company hopes to produce 100,000 tablets and continue to build its reputation as the number-one choice for educational tools in the country.