Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Omatek 8“ bags award

Latest from the shelf of Omatek Computers, its 8 inches notebook has bagged an award at this year’s Titans of Tech held in Lagos as ICT product of the year.

Commenting on the award, Chief Marketing Officer, Omatek, Mr. Biyi Fashoyin said that it a big boost for the product introduced few months ago to have won this prestigious award.

He dedicated the award to Omatek customers in the country, noting that the award would stimulate the company to be more focused on innovative hardware products across its entire market share.

Noteworthy is that Omatek had also launched the eight inches notebook in Ghana alongside its 10” as a way of expanding its hold in the market.

Champion Infotel recalls that recently during the launch of the Omatek 8” the Group Chief Executive, Omatek Computers, Mrs Florence Seriki started that the notebook is the solution to the dire need to provide systems that Nigerian youths and teachers could deploy effectively for a functional education in the country.

She also said that the notebook, which is the latest version, is suitable for the Nigerian environment and was made with the Nigerian students both in the secondary and tertiary institutions in mind.

Mrs. Seriki explained that the introduction of the new brand was borne out of the exigency to end the incursion of foreign brands in the country, which uses obsolete technology and have no capacity to meet educational and creative needs of the Nigerian youths.

Meanwhile, speaking in Ghana at the launch of the smallest notebooks – 8 and 10 inches series from her stable, Mrs Seriki said that the products are sleek, tight and very durable.

“Its compactness makes it very easy to take to lectures, take notes and for meetings,” she said.

Mrs. Seriki also said that the new products, which are the most current classics, have not only replaced the tablet notebooks but that it’s light natured and incomparable with any notebook in the world.

She stressed that they were assembled locally and have added technology transfer required for the country.

“In addition, it’s adding to the technology upgrade, employment generation and youth empowerment in the country. They are obviously backed locally by a robust technically supplied back-up,” she asserted.

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