HCL Infosystems launches brain-training gaming consoles

DQW Bureau
10 Aug 2010

Infosystems has launched its
low-cost gaming console range, including ME D75, ME F25 and ME K 28
post the earlier announcement of its entry into the gaming market
last month. The custom-made consoles will cater to the children
between the age-group 4 to 15 years. With special form factors, HCL
ME F25 will primarily target the girls with its heart-shape design,
whereas HCL ME D75 and HCL ME K28 with its black-shade and
strong-built will appeal the boys. The range will be power-packed
with capabilities like TV-Out.

While commenting on the launch George
Paul, Executive VP, HCL Infosystems said, “Today, interactivity is
the key for effective communications, let it be business, sports,
education or even developing analytical skills. HCL gaming has been
designed to harness the enthusiasm of the children for games and in
the process, challenge their intelligent quotient effectively,
triggering logical thinking at an early age.”

The company has also launched two more
brain-trainer consoles — ME A30 and ME C100. These newly launched
brain-trainers will be available at an affordable price and with a
bouquet of mind training and brain training games to enhance the
analytical ability of the children.

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