Johnson Dunmoye

By Lukas Ajanaku, Lagos, Nigeria

Nigerian ICT firm Websoft has brought to market its own tablet device.

Aiming to compete with imported devices, Websoft is confident its Vantium tablet will grow the tablet market in Nigeria.

Websoft CEO Johnson Dunmoye says the company’s new “giant venture” will bring to market a device that is truly relevant and useful to local consumers, “and not just a status symbol like its counterparts”.

He says the first device, the Vantium v1, is expected to expand Nigeria’s tablet market by providing industry-specific solutions “thus making people that have not considered owning a tablet change their minds”.Vantium

Vantium is a Websoft Brand, with products designed by Websoft and assembled in Asia with components sourced from different parts of the world and quality assurrance by a US company.

Dunmoye elaborates: “We did not compromise on quality because we know we will always be compared with the best. Comparing our product with iPad and Samsung head to head you will see that it is not inferior in anyway. Infact on some points it is even better. The screen uses the same technology as the iPad with a very smooth feel. The Vantium v1 memory is 1GB, which is double that of iPad2 memory. It can play HD videos because of the high powered processor used. On all features, the Vantium holds its ground and will always deliver.”

He feels Websoft has an advantage in Nigeria, since it knows its market well.

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