New tablet designed in Congo-Brazzaville

Computing

Congo’s VMK Tech has unveiled its answer to tablet computing – the Way-C device.
The tablet, which was launched this week, was designed locally but is assembled in China.

It retails for around USD299 and will be available initially in Brazzaville and Ponte-Noire. VMK expects to take the product to market in several West African countries later this year.

The Android tablet has a 7 inch screen, 1.2GHz processor, 512MB of RAM, 4GB of internal memory and supports WiFi, with a battery life of 6 hours. Plans are underway to integrate 3G.