With the next billion digital adoption expected to happen with the help of native language, there is a need to come up with unique language solutions for the consumers.
Do you know that less than 10% of the Indian population considers English as one of their top three preferred languages. With the next billion digital adoption expected to happen with the help of native language, there is a need to come up with unique language solutions for the consumers. Towards this, computer accessories major Logitech made available its Devanagiri-enabled Hindi keyboards to 100 schools in Uttar Pradesh. As part of this, students across the 100 schools in Uttar Pradesh will now have the ability to select Hindi as a language in their keyboard with the new Logitech MK235 Wireless Devanagari Keyboard Combo as well as the wired Devanagari keyboard K120.
Sumanta Datta, MD, India and SWA, Logitech Asia Pacific said, “Students at the 100 beneficiary schools in Uttar Pradesh will now be able to seamlessly participate and take advantage of government’s Digital India initiative which seeks to empower every citizen with access to digital services, knowledge and information.
Logitech K120 keyboard is available at an affordable price of Rs 695 with 3-year warranty while the Logitech MK235 Wireless Hindi Keyboard Combo (with mouse) is available for a suggested retail price of Rs 1,995 with a 1-year warranty.
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