Gabriel Torres, Cococo marketing manager, said assembling a Iguanapad takes about 45 minutes. Esteban Monge / La Republica
Gabriel Torres, Cococo marketing manager, said assembling a Iguanapad takes about 45 minutes. Esteban Monge / La Republica

COSTA RICA NEWS — The Cococo company  launched the Iguanapad in Costa Rica, a low-cost electronic tablet, reports La Republica.

The Iguanapad, is a low-cost tablet that offers the same services as its counterparts made by giants such as HP, Dell or Toshiba.

The device features two models with Intel processors and Windows 8.1 operating system, with prices ranging between US$550 and US$700.  The tablets also have a long battery life, solid state drives (SSD). The devices are produced at the company’s site in San Pedro, where desktops and laptops of the brand FPC are also manufactured.

Cococo has been selling manufacturing desktops and laptops under the 100% Costa Rican FPC brand since 1989/

“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.

The FPC brand, 100% Costa Rican produced was introduced in 2010.

Source: La Republica: Iguanapad: la table-tica


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