Imerjn Enters Tablet Market With New Imerjn Branded Tablet Computer Running Google Android

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| Source: Xumanii International Holdings Corp, Inc.

LAS VEGAS, Dec. 3, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Xumanii (DBA Imerjn) (OTCQB:XUII), announced that it will enter the tablet market with a new Imerjn branded tablet computer. The Company will offer a 10 inch and 7 inch tablet computer. The Tablet will run the Google Android operating system and is expected to be ready for sale in January 2014.

Imerjn CEO, Adam Radly, said "We are very excited about announcing our first product to be released under the Imerjn brand. We are not interested in competing on price and will focus on the specific requirements of our target market. The Imerjn brand is mostly focused on the 18-35 year old demographic and we will more specifically serve a sub segment of users that are in creative fields and / or value individual expression as opposed to being corporate drones - no offense intended to corporate drones. We will serve our market by building a suite of apps over time that will be dedicated to this target market along with providing a more individualized and less conformist customer experience."

According to research from IDC, shipments of tablets will exceed all PCs in the fourth quarter of 2013 and, by 2015, annual shipments of tablets are projected to be higher than those of all PCs (calculated on a unit basis). IDC projects that 227 million tablets will be shipped in 2013, compared to 134 million desktop PCs and 180 million laptops. By all measures, tablet sales are exploding. The projected total growth rate for tablets over the next four years is expected to be 79 percent. This even higher than the projected growth rate for smart phones which is expected to be 71 percent over the same period of time.

As far as operating systems are concerned, Canalys projects that devices running Google's Android operating system are projected to be approximately 65% of the tablet market in 2014 (compared to 30% for Apple).

Imerjn CEO, Adam Radly, said "It might be tempting to believe that most people just want to buy a tablet from Apple, Samsung or one of the major bands. It's important to point out that, according to IDC, in the second quarter of 2013 the number of tablets shipped by Apple fell 14% while the number of units shipped by brands outside the top 5 tablet brands increased by 136% and, further, the units shipped by non top 5 brands in the second quarter was 17.5 million and represented 38% of the total tablet shipments. Therefore, not only is the overall demand for tablets growing, the size of the market outside of the top 5 is very large and growing rapidly and this is the market segment that we will be entering."

Imerjn CEO, Adam Radly, said "We will provide updates regarding pricing and the launch date by the end of December, 2013."

About Imerjn

Imerjn (XUII), formerly known as Xumanii International Holdings Corp is development stage company that develops and sells mobile software and hardware solutions. For more information please visit the company website at: http://www.imerjn.com. Contact: Adam Radly, info@imerjn.com.

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