iPad portable to Vietnam will be about 19 million
The hi-tech stores all said they would import this tablet to Vietnam but the quantity and price also depend much on the actual 'hot' level.
The hi-tech stores all said they would import this tablet to Vietnam but the quantity and price also depend much on the actual "hot" .
Tomorrow, Apple will order its first tablet, and on April 3 it will be officially available on authorized Apple dealers. At this time, the hi-tech market of Apple is heating up with iPad.
iPad promises another "fever" like iPhone in Vietnam.
Most large stores in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City said they will definitely import the iPad but it is unclear when and the price due to the actual "hot" of this product in Vietnam. In addition, the input form will be mainly a version with only Wi-Fi connection because 3G connection is not available (iPad uses a Micro-Sim type without any network in Vietnam).
The representative of Techland store (Hang Khay Street, Hanoi) said that it would import some iPad models immediately upon launch with a price higher than the original price announced by Apple from 15 to 20%. But because the iPad is not available in the US yet, the owner cannot tell exactly when to bring this product back to Vietnam.
Meanwhile, a store on Bui Thi Xuan Street, Tan Binh District, Ho Chi Minh City confidently believes that it will be the place to import the iPad 32 GB version (Wi-Fi only) with the price of about VND 19 million. . Other versions, when someone proposed, they entered. Customers after ordering here will have the device after 6 days and no later than 14 days after the iPad was officially sold in the US. "We currently have nearly 10 pre-orders for this product," the shop owner said.
The iPad was officially introduced by Apple in its "Come See Our Latest Creation" event on January 28. Since then, this cult tablet has been constantly appearing on newspapers with a lot of conflicting opinions about its success. However, despite many compliments, the iPad still proved its hotness when in the US RBC survey of 3,200 people, 13% of them will buy the iPad for $ 499. This number for the iPhone is only 9% when it is about to be sold in 2007.