Intel reaches out to Kenyans with TechBonanza

November 24, 2014
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The Intel TechBonanza 2014 is a three-day event running from December 5 to 7 in Nairobi which will see seven leaders in technology come together under one roof to make available high quality devices to the general public at affordable prices/FILE
The Intel TechBonanza 2014 is a three-day event running from December 5 to 7 in Nairobi which will see seven leaders in technology come together under one roof to make available high quality devices to the general public at affordable prices/FILE
NAIROBI, Kenya Nov 24 – Intel Corporation has launched Kenya’s inaugural TechBonanza for the first time in East and Central Africa bringing together major players in the computer and tablet industry.

The Intel TechBonanza 2014 is a three-day event running from December 5 to 7 in Nairobi which will see seven leaders in technology come together under one roof to make available high quality devices to the general public at affordable prices.

Intel’s General Manager for East Africa Danie Steyn said consumers will enjoy great discounts on a variety of products while financial institutions will offer affordable loans on IT devices bought at the event.

“There will be various ‘buy now pay later’ packages offered by financiers at the event. These will include laptop and tablet loans processed within 24 hours as well as easy 12-month payment options to enable more people and small businesses afford the devices,” he said.

Some of the devices on sale will include the latest, never seen before, cutting edge products from Acer, Asus, Dell, HP, Lenovo, Toshiba, and Isurf.

Intel will also demonstrate how they have powered the most advanced applications to enhance the user experience in areas such as automotive, education, business applications amongst others.

“We are an innovative leader in establishing an accessible and affordable ICT foundation. We realize access to relevant ICT is critical in preparing Kenyan citizens to be effective participants in the global knowledge economy at all levels in society, from the cities to the counties and sub-counties”.

“We do not simply sell technology; we create practical solutions that have a positive impact on the lives of those that come in contact with our technology,” he added.

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