“Our technology solutions have the potential to help millions of seniors live more connected, fulfilled, and meaningful lives.”
ORANGE, CA (PRWEB) December 16, 2015
grandPad, creator of the first simple and safe tablet based solution and private social network that connects the core family with a platform built for seniors, will present its groundbreaking technology and network at 2016 CES Las Vegas. Live product demonstrations—as well as executives from the innovative company—will be at Eureka Park, Booth 80144 at CES, January 6-9.
Empowering seniors to connect easily and effortlessly, the grandPad tablet pairs with a smartphone or desktop app that every family member can download (the device is sold as a subscription service, and pricing can be found at grandpad.net). With grandPad, seniors can video chat with the family, check messages from the family in real-time, share photos, play games, make phone calls, and much more. There are no confusing buttons, passwords, tech set-ups, or pop-up ads. The intuitive, easy-to-use design turns technology into a gateway instead of a barrier.
“We are very excited to present our simple, safe solution and private social network at CES,” notes Scott Lien, CEO of grandPad. “Our technology solutions have the potential to help millions of seniors live more connected, fulfilled, and meaningful lives. Our demonstrations at CES will help communicate just how easy grandPad is to use and how powerful it can be for aging seniors.”
CEO Scott Lien and several other executives from the company will be at the CES booth to answer questions and discuss how grandPad is impacting seniors across the country. To learn more, please visit http://www.grandpad.net or contact Jeannine Jacobi of Fresh PR at (323) 903-7063 or jeannine(at)freshpr(dot)net.
Using technology to help bring families together, grandPad provides innovative solutions that are intuitive, engaging, and safe for all age ranges. The company’s flagship product, the grandPad, is the first digital tablet and network to privately connect the core family with a platform built for seniors. With grandPad, seniors can video chat with the family, check emails from the family in real-time, share photos, play games, and much more. The intuitive, easy-to-use design turns technology into a gateway instead of a barrier. grandPad is a privately held company based in Los Angeles, CA. For more information, please visit http://www.grandpad.net or follow @grandpad_social.