PAC-PAD-1 Google Android Tablet made in Pakistan by Military at PAC (Pakistan Aeronautical Complex Kamra)
Amazing Android Tablet for less than 200$ made by Pakistan Aeronautical Complex Kamra Pakistan can become one of the largest selling non military product that has ever been sold by military. PAC has launched Google Android 2.5 based tablet pc that could storm the local IT Pakistani market in coming days. The alarming feature of this product is its price which is less than 200$ that is by far less than any tablet in market such as Samsung Gallaxy Tab or Apple’s iPad.
The Pakistani military has been using spare manufacturing capacity to build an Android fondleslab to go up against Apple’s dominant tablet.
The tablets are built by the Pakistan Aeronautical Complex (PAC), one of the largest manufacturing facilities in the world, which primarily builds and tests aircraft for the Pakistani military. However, in conjunction with Hong Kong firm Innavtek, PAC is using spare capacity to produce a 7-inch fondleslab, as well as an e-book reader and a netbook. The PAC-PAD 1 is a fairly basic affair, running Android 2.3 on a 1GHz ARM processor, 256MB of RAM and available with between 2GB and 16GB of internal storage with space for a removable SD card as well. It’s WiFi only (802.11b/g) and designwise it’s not going to give Apple any significant problems, but the PAC-PAD does have the edge on price, costing around half of what a genuine Cupertino fondleslab would set you back.
Price in Pak Rs: 15500/ 165$