The Visopix wireless keyboards, equipped with laser pointer and USB input, come in at just £30 and work with a huge range of devices, including Xbox 360s, smart TVs and standard laptops.
(PRWEB) January 03, 2013
Visopix.com are proud to announce the official launch of their new web store. The UK based startup have created a one stop shop for Android dongles and a range of other smart TV devices. Visopix gadgets use open source software and hardware, maintaining the best value for money on their operating system and processors.
The cutting edge Android shop aims to offer customers affordable devices solely created to make modern internet TV both a more social and comfortable experience.
Visopix founder Frank Vitetta said:
“Visopix.com is aiming to become the key destination for smart TV gadgets online. Orders have already come from as far and wide as Indonesia, Japan, Singapore as well as mainland Europe, although the UK remains our key market. A UK University is even looking to pioneer the use of our smart TV dongles in their classrooms.”
Offering a range of high-spec Android dongles that can be plugged into any TV with a USB drive, Visopix aims to enable viewers to download apps from the Google Play Store and stream videos, play games, connect with their friends on their favourite social networks. The viewer can even attach a video camera to enable Skype video calls. It's the cheapest way to turn your TV into a fully interactive device.
A current favourite on the site is the MK802 III, a fully functioning micro-computer no bigger than a flash USB drive that runs on the latest version of the Android operating system (currently 4.1 Jellybean), just like many of today's smartphones. The Jellybean operating system provides easy multitasking, rich notifications, customisable home screens, innovative widgets, and deep interactivity, adding new ways to communicate and share content on smart TVs. The MK802 III comes in as cheap as under £60.
Visopix's plan is to make it easy for customers to find what they want from the very forefront of online technology, and the site also offers a range of accessories. The Visopix wireless keyboards, equipped with laser pointer and USB input, come in at just £30 and work with a huge range of devices, including Xbox 360s, smart TVs and standard laptops.
Visopix was set up in August 2012 by Orchid Box, a specialist online marketing agency based in London. With a slimline UK operation, Visopix ships worldwide and entirely for free. In order to guarantee low prices, Visopix has partnered directly with the manufacturers so that when an order is placed on the website, the actual factory will package and post the order to the customer, bypassing the conventional processing cost of stocking, logistics and distribution. This means the customer can save over 75% of the original market value.