Technology is constantly shaping the way people communicate and interact, in order to be inclusive and not antagonise or leave anyone out, GrandPad set out to ensure that seniors are able to keep in touch.
Together with Acer, the solution provider has an unique tablet that has been custom built to suite the set of audience who do require detailed attention for their tablet than off the shelf units. Just ask Rose a 91 year old who finds the grandpad as her most treasured item. On the new Acer made tablet, there has been some improvement from earlier edition which include, dual front facing speakers for clearer audio during video calls, a larger holding area, brighter screen, Qi wireless charging, built in customer support, a magnifying that uses the flash of the rear camera.
We might smirk on the product features but these little tweaks have made older folks feel so much more comfortable with the device and are now able to navigate and operate with much ease and at minimal assistance.
“grandPad and Acer are dedicated to providing the highest possible quality of service to our members,” said grandPad CEO Scott Lien. “The new grandPad has been built from the ground up for seniors, and will enable us to further improve our level of service to seniors and their families.”
The tablet runs on a customised Andorid operating software, those keen will be able to pick one up on a subscription model that comes with the software, dock and stylus.