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Who makes Le Pan tablets?

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Matsunichi Digital USA Inc. manufactures tablet computers marketed under the brand name Le Pan, as of April 2015. The company is based in Hong Kong, and Le Pan tablets have been sold in the United States under the Matsunichi name since May 2012.

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Matsunichi touts business relationships with shopping brands such as QVC, Amazon.com, Wal-Mart, Best Buy and Office Depot as it attempts to sell Le Pan tablet computers. The company sells 8-inch, 9-inch, 9.7-inch and 10.1-inch tablet devices. The firm also markets portable hard drives and a tablet carrying case. In total, Matsunichi has seven major products in its Le Pan lineup. Customers can purchase HDMI cables, USB cables, adapters and a wrist loop through the Le Pan website.

Matsunichi has 13 sales offices in five countries. The company started in 1993 and has production facilities all over China that make more than 3 million units per month. The American offices of the manufacturer opened in City of Industry, California, in 2009. The American portion of the business has an estimated $560,000 in yearly revenue.

Le Pan tablets, in general, cost less than more well-known brands of tablets. Le Pan's company motto is "Everything Lifestyle." Even though the tablets have a French-sounding name, everything that goes into these tablets comes from China.

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