Costa Rica firm develops Iguanapad tablet
Costa Rican computer firm Cococo has entered the mobile gadget market for the first time, after making and selling computers since 1989, Costa Rican daily La República reported.
The company has developed the Iguanapad, a low-cost tablet that offers the same services as its counterparts made by giants such as HP, Dell or Toshiba.
"The product is very successful in the corporate market, where buyers look for a larger tablet that allows them to work and play," said Cococo commercial manager Gabriel Torres.
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