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SeeSpeak tablet uses Skype to connect families around the globe

last modified Mar 04, 2015 03:09 PM
SeeSpeak has launched a website to promote its single-function tablet for video calls to connect generations of families that may live on opposite sides of the world.

 

Video phones can be complicated for those who are not comfortable with technology so SeeSpeak, based at ideaSpace West, provides a single-function tablet for making Skype video calls that is simple and instinctive to use.

The device is always switched on and is ready to make and receive calls, comes with a stand and long power lead, it is free from potentially confusing pop-up messages and updates its software by itself.

It takes minutes to set up – when you turn on SeeSpeak for the first time, you are guided on how to connect to wi-fi, sign in to Skype and add contacts. With just one tap on a family member’s image on the tablet, users can instantly make a video call.

One user said: “Watching the joy on my mother’s face when she sees her great-grandchildren on SeeSpeak is priceless.”

For more information on SeeSpeak see http://www.seespeak.co.uk

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