Government owned Pakistani aerospace company, Pakistan Aeronautical Complex (PAC) has announced that it has started the production of Tablet PC, Notebook and E-Book Readers in collaboration with Innavtek China.

As per the PAC advertisement, PAC-eBook, PAC-PAD 1 and PAC-nBOOk 1 are available for sale from the 10th Jan, 2012.

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  1. who are we fooling?? these are 100% chinese products entering this market the other way.

  2. nice step ... we must be aware that NO COMPANY in the world develops everything by itself ... this includes Samsung and Apple ...

    great job PAC keep it up !

  3. who do you think manufactures Apple products. it's the great CHINA. :p

  4. Pak Army has got no more sympathy and the people of Pakistan dont want to make it more stronger because their bombs, palnes, tanks, trucks and guns are only used against the Pak People ...therefore they should shift the project to any civilian organization otherwise will flop.....

  5. Lets be clear you are saying that Pakistan army should not fight the terrorists which are bombing Pakistani mosques during prayer times? or bombing our bazzars and killing innocent women and children? or bombing primary schools? or forcing local girls to marry them under the power of their guns and weapons? despite clear instructions against such acts in Islam.

    Please give us a break and stop advocating in favour of these murders which use the Name of Islam for their own gains but their actions reflect noting but disgrace to Islam

    Here are the words of the First Caliph of Islam Hazrat Abu Bakr Siddique (Radi Allah Unho)

    "Do not mutilate anyone. Do not kill the aged, the children and the women. Do not set fire to date-palms. Do not cut down fruit trees. Do not slaughter a goat, or a cow, or a camel, except for purposes of food. You will come across people who have give up the world and are sitting in monasteries. Leave them alone."

    Civilian organisations have an open field if they really want to compete and manufacture such gadgets. Grown cooperation n bike sector is clear example of this.

    You ant force the civilian sector into doing things, rather all Government can do is facilitate them and hope they will one day decide to go for local production rather then simple import


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