Intel Corporation is allowing Kenyans to make purchases of various IT products at discounted prices through a three-day event to be held at Sarit Centre in Westlands, Nairobi set to run from December 5 to December 7.
The event is aimed at bringing together various technology companies dealing in computer and tablets to make available their high quality devices to the public at prices they can easily afford, allowing for purchase on loans.
Dubbed Intel TechBonanza 2014, the three-day event will see the sale of existing and latest cutting edge devices from tech players in the country including Acer, Asus, Dell, HP, Lenovo, Toshiba and iSurf.
Also at the event, Intel will be demonstrating how the company have powered various advanced applications for user experience in education, business applications and automotive sectors among others.
Kenyans wishing to purchase a device at the event but do not have money ready at the time will be able to enjoy the offering by Intel, allowing financiers to present buyers with loans on tablets and laptops payable in 12 months.
Through the package which enables financiers at the event to give loans that will be processed within 24 hours, Intel hopes to enable more people and small businesses afford the devices that can be expensive to purchase.
Realizing that access to relevant ICT is critical to prepare Kenyans for effective participation in globe knowledge economy at all societal levels, Intel aims to create practical solutions that will positively impact those who come into contact with their solutions.
Intel has been involved in various projects across Kenya and the rest of East and Central Africa, with a focus on transforming education, showing relevance to the youth and winning in the ultra mobility market.