iRULU’s Laptop/Tablet Combination
April 29, 2015
Technology for Work & Play
Increasingly, technology users are seeking not only great low prices and high quality technology, but they’re looking for technology that can operate in multiple capacities and functionalities. iRulu Technologies is bringing to market the 2-in-1 laptop/tablet combination …offering the portability of a tablet with the power and usability of a laptop…truly the best of both worlds!
iRULU Technologies, a company not only driving-down the cost of owning a tablet and laptop combination, but a company that’s boasting affordable technology that refuses to sacrifice quality, speed, reliability or functionality. Truly a win-win for today’s bargain-hunter female consumer. Join Director of Marketing, Elizabeth Little, as she profiles the companies’ iRULU W1002 – a 2-in-1 laptop/tabletop combination powered by Windows with a 10.1 HD IPS screen, detachable keyboard, and subscription to Microsoft Office 365.
The W1002 was designed from the inside out with women’s needs in mind. The screen is detachable and has HD and ISP technology to give the user edge to edge brilliance and clarity from any angle. The keyboard doubles as a stand and a cover making the W1002 light and safe to carry in a purse or travel bag.
Not only is the W1002 highly functional, but iRULU is making sure their products are stylish for women. iRULU recognizes that women have a personal relationship with their digital devices bringing them everywhere they go. The design team at iRULU has incorporated fashion trends to make sure women’s digital devices look as good as they perform!
iRULU sells their products 100% online allowing them to offer digital devices at the lowest possible prices to their customers. Find iRULU products on iRULU.com, eBay.com, Amazon.com and Newegg.com. The amazing prices include tablets for under $50 and smart phones for under $100.
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