Olivetti: Olipad available on Twitter from tomorrow

04/18/2011 - 01:30 PM

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Olivetti’s new tablet makes its appearance on the social networking and microblogging platform at the special price of €299 instead of €399

The Olipad makes its appearance on Twitter under a special offer. In fact, from tomorrow Olivetti will make the new tablet available to its followers with a 25% discount on the normal retail price. To access the promotion, available for a limited number of OliPads, users must simply become followers of Olivetti’s official Twitter profile at http://twitter.com/olivettionline, note down the code contained in tweets and refer it to the 800189948 toll-free number. They will then be given instructions on how to receive the new tablet for the special price of €299 instead of €399.

The initiative on Twitter, valid as long as stocks last, confirms Olivettiìs interest for social networks, where users may directly dialogue with the company.
More information will be made available on Olivetti’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/olivetti.

OliPad is Olivetti’s new tablet, featuring a 10-inch touchscreen display and 3G, WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity. OliPad is aimed at both the Consumer and Business segments. A wide range of applications - preinstalled or downloadable from the dedicated App Shop – are available, enabling web browsing, social networking, the enjoyment of multimedia and editorial content as well as Full HD video playback. 
Running the Android operating system and equipped with USB/SD Card and HDMI ports, the OliPad is interfaceable with any device, while its Nvidia Dual Cortex A9 processor provides it with superior processing power and graphics. A wide range of acecssories is also available: docking station, keyboards, touch mouse and capacitive pen.
For the Business segment, the OliPad is highly customizable according to a company’s needs. It also offers a wide range of applications through the Application Warehouse, expressly dedicated to businesses and public agencies.

Milan, 18 April 2011