ZINOX Technologies Ltd is building tomorrow around the school kids of today. The technology company is not just joining in the refrain that youths are the future leaders but is also walking the talk by providing the platform that would enable them take up that leadership role.
Considering that education is the best legacy for today’s youth to boldly take over tomorrow, the company has designed a legacy tablet called GTX Notebook which is said would guide the young school kids confidently and academically to step into the future.
Designed in partnership with foreign tech firms – Intel Corp., Ashour Corporation, Tecsync Technology Co. Ltd. and Microsoft; the Kids Legacy Tab and ultra-slim GTX Notebooks are cutting-edge devices from Zinox, both of which have been widely embraced by users, recording huge sales in the market.
LAUNCH: From left; Head Teacher, St. Saviour’s School, Mrs. Ailsa Griffiths; Zonal Head of Commercial Banking Division – Island Zone and Deputy General Manager, Access Bank Plc, Mr. Adebayo Adesina; Chairman, Zinox Group, Leo Stan Ekeh; along with pupils from invited schools displaying the new Kids Legacy Tab during the launch of the device and the GTX Notebook held at the Corporate Headquarters of Zinox Technologies Ltd. in Gbagada, Lagos
The Kids Legacy Tab, is a device designed as a critical foundational tool targeted at children from the ages of 3 -13. In addition to a device manager to enable parents monitor content, the tablet is pre-loaded with over 50 educational and fun games and rated as knowledge luxury platform for kids. Available in red, blue and fuchsia colours, the Wi-Fi enabled Kids Legacy Tab assures 1.2GHz computing power and extended use with a 2500mAh battery.
Meanwhile, the ultra-slim GTX Notebook is a powerful tool available in two models, GTX 100 and GTX 200.
The device runs on Intel Cherry Trail OS with 1.9GHz computing power and a durable 10,000mAh battery which offers users up to 10 hours’ average use. Boasting a 2GB RAM and 32GB internal storage expandable to 120GB, the 14-inch GTX weighs a paltry 1.5kg thus making it a light-weight companion for work, travel and leisure.
The latest tech products is under its Future Visions roadmap and was launched recently at the company’s branches in Lagos, Port Harcourt, Abuja and Ghana simultaneously, via telepresence.
Speaking at the event, Chairman, Zinox Group, Leo Stan Ekeh, disclosed that the products were the outcome of painstaking research targeted at meeting the future needs of a dynamic consumer base, as captured in the company’s Future Visions roadmap.
“The two products being launched today are revolutionary products. They took years to develop and fine-tune and are part of the most recent creations in the Zinox Future Visions. The Zinox Future Visions mandate is to anticipate where the world is headed and be ready with the best products and solutions. It is an ambitious project underpinned by research and development that will see the various companies in the Zinox Group diversify into new business areas with products in critical emerging sectors including Robotics, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Healthy Living, Core ICT, Internet of Things, Medicine, FMCG, Entertainment and Education, among others.
“Today, technology has become the currency of the 21st Century. We are already in the Fourth Industrial Revolution or Industry 4.0, as it is described – a period that will be dominated by new and emerging technologies, some of which are already here with us. Examples are driverless cars, Big Data and drones, among others. As a continent, Africa must prepare for this future or stand the risk of being disrupted. This is what the Zinox Future Visions is all about and we are determined to lead in this race to equip the continent for the future that is already upon us,” he said.