Canadian based technology company, Digifon, has launched its Boom Wireless Media player in Nigeria and is targeting the wider African market.
The company produces standalone media gadgets that can make listening to music easy and portable. The gadgets produce high quality sound when listening to music and streaming videos on gadgets like tablets.
According to Rowland Dapo Okotore, Digifon founder, “this device will revolutionise the way Africans experience digital music” and will enable users to experience the best quality of music from their mobiles phones, tablets, laptops or as a standalone media player.
“The ‘Boom’ has an exceptional sound quality and clarity that allows users a great audio listening experience and users can player music from their SD Cards as a standalone system, ideal for conference calls, watching movies from tablets and very portable to carry around,” the company explained.
Kenya’s music group, P-Unit, has been selected to be the company’s brand ambassadors. Digifon said it has been working with artists from the continent since 2006.
The product will be available through Slot and Etisalat Experience centers locations throughout the Lagos area.
The company was formed by Nigerian-Canadians who have been successful in the wireless marketplace with their products.
“Digifon understands the unique needs of Africans and is committed to bridging the digital divide between Africa and the western world,” the company said.
The company plans to introduce its Tablet Series wit the Colbalt tablet within the next 30 days with GSM technology into the Nigerian market bundled with compelling local content.