Prestigio introduces powerful new tablet on Windows 8.1

Desktops

by Claire Vanner| 20 December 2013

Visconte Tablet geared to improve productivity of small businesses and to bring education processes to new heights.

The new Prestigio Visconte tablet has been released with a three times better graphics performance over previous Intel Atom processors thanks to the new Intel Celeron Dual Core bit processor.

The tablet is primarily oriented to improve productivity of small businesses and to bring education processes to new heights, with it's features reinforcing abilities for both education and business.

The Prestigio Visconte has a 1200x800 resolution, up to 64GB internal storage, is available in both Windows 8.1 and Windows 8.1 Pro, in WiFi and 3G enabled versions. The tablet is preloaded with Microsoft Office Home and Student 2013, the most robust Office yet - free for Prestigio Visconte users.

With Office connected to the cloud via SkyDrive, documents and personal settings are available from anywhere giving users the freedom to work the way they want and when they want.

Martin MacNamara, UK sales director for Prestigio, commented: "The Prestigio Visconte is another breakthrough in taking business and educational collaboration to a remarkably new level by offering a complete solution together with the Prestigio MultiBoards (All-In-One PC with multitouch screen). Plus, as usual, we do it with attractive pricing."

The new Windows-based Prestigio tablet also features a fully customisable Start and Lock screen, improved People, Photos, Mail, Calendar, Skype as well as SkyDrive storage in the Cloud. For Professional users, the Prestigio Visconte Windows Pro tablet offers a strong device that operates well in business environments with secured access to company data and new features including auto-triggered VPN and Work Folders.

"Windows is a central part of more than a billion lives around the world. From work to play, whether managing corporate IT to building apps to browsing the web, more people use Windows than any other OS," said Don Grantham, Microsoft's president of Central & Eastern Europe.

"Through the introduction of the new Windows-based Prestigio tablet here in CEE, we expect that more businesses and educational institutions will have access to the many benefits of Windows. This new tablet becomes part of a family of Windows-based devices and services for individuals and businesses that empower people around the globe; at home, at work and on-the-go, for the activities they value the most.

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