Company peek inc. released a new variation of its device Peek, reports The Wall Street Journal. Previously, this device was designed exclusively for working with e-mail, and now it provides the opportunity to spend time on the microblogging network. Twitter and is called, respectively, TwitterPeek.
The device is available in two colors: Twitter Blue and Classic Black. You can pay 99.95$ and use the service for 6 months or pay 199.95$ and the service will be provided for life.
The device attracts with a simple, laconic design, a screen large enough for reading texts, and a comfortable qwerty-keyboard. It is assumed that on a walk or on the road, without access to a computer, the user will want to stay connected and TwitterPeek will be able to provide this opportunity with more comfort and at a lower cost than any smartphone. Although most smartphones, and now more and more ordinary mobile phones, provide dozens of times more opportunities to work on the Internet, at a price not much higher than the price of the presented device. All in all, TwitterPeek is a very useful device for someone who coincidentally developed a fear of mobile phones along with a phobia of leaving Twitter for at least an hour.
It looks like TwitterPeek is a strategic tool for both companies. Twitter seeks to attract additional users who previously did not seek to communicate on the network through unsuitable mobile devices, and Peek basks in the glory of a booming social network and solves the problem of insufficiently diverse functional equipment of its device.