Friday, 10 July 2009

Quest from Veda Technologies

Veda technologies recently launched a multimedia resource application called Quest, which follows the brands successful launch at the civic center on the 5th of may.Quest comes preloaded on all Veda computers and with it, you can enjoy a host of third party, pictures, eBook, music, videos, and games all in one convenient and easy to use location, saving you the cost of purchasing different applications and saving you time, by providing all this information at your finger tips. At the launch Veda introduced some really interesting products,and greyed-out will have reviews of the veda product line soon. But at first glance it is impressive to note that such well designed devices are being manufactured by an indigenous Nigerian company.Veda touch:An all in one touch screen system with external keyboard and mouse

Specification: Intel core 2 duo, 250GB SATA HDD, 2GB Dimm, DVD drive, 1.3 mega pixel inbuilt camera, bluetooth and switchable 110- 240V power supply.

Veda fly: Available in Pink, white, blue, yellow and black, the Veda fly is laptop that can suite your personality and I find that really cool. The tag line for this range is, See, Try, Fly. What more can we say, we are certainly looking forward to giving it a try

Specification: intel mobile core, 160GB SATA HDD, 2GB RAM, DVD drive, inbuilt 1.3 mega pixel, wifi b/g, 4 cell smart lithium battery

Veda EXL: made for the business minded individual, the EXL looks like a serious device that is ready to be an effective companion and virtual personal assistant on business trips and at board meetings.

Specification: Intel core 2 duo, 250GB SATA HDD, 2GB dimm, DVD drive, inbuilt 1.3 megapixel camera, bluetooth 2.0, 6 cell smart lithium battery, wi-fi b/g, 4 in 1 card reader.

Veda pulse: a simple yet hardworking desktop that could become the pulse of the home or workplace.

Specification: Intel E2200 2.2GHz CPU, 160GB SATA HDD, 1GB DRAMM, DVD ROM, 10/100/1000 ethernet, 7.1 sound card, 9 in 1 card reader, 100-240v/50-60hz. 19" WXGA LCD panel monitor.


Dante said...

indigenous company?
nice..real nice..

Chiedu Ifeozo said...

yeah, its also run by a young, forward thinking group, who are very happy to support the contemporary Arts scene