Competitively priced and larger rivals are challenged by advanced Spanish merchandises

10/09/2013

Vexia, I-Joy Vieta and Evolution Combine are a number of instances of firms offering technological revolution at competitive costs. Initiation, low costs and exporting are the ingredients for success of four Spanish producers (Vexia, Ijoy, Vieta and Development Combination) to be able to compete technologically with the leading players in the sector.

Vexia, situated in Madrid and 100% Spanish-owned, has only participated in IFA, the biggest consumer electronics and home appliances trade show. There it presented its smart ‘Zippers Phone’, which has an advanced interface on the basis of the concept of a zipper, and its ‘Navlet’ apparatus, which joins a tablet PC with GPS technology.

On the other hand, the largest splash was made by the business’s ‘Magic Contact’ loudspeaker for mobile phones and tablet computers. This loudspeaker, which is compatible with virtually all brands of apparatus, amplifies sound with no need for additional cables or Bluetooth.

However, the business’s merchandise improvements aren’t the sole thing catching the people’s focus. Its competitive costs are proving to be an effective tool for competing against the leading players in the sector.

Its determination to supply apparatus that are useful is behind the ‘Econav’ program, which lets drivers save up to 20% on fuel.

IJoy is starting its new tablet PC Saphyr 9.7 and its I-Vibe BT Max shaking loudspeakers with Bluetooth, which can additionally be used for hands free operation.

Evolution Mix, a producer of food processors, is bringing its latest food preparation progress out, while Vieta, specializing in headphones and loudspeakers, is cost competitive with its wireless Bluetooth loudspeakers, among other products.

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Zippers Phone | Vexia
Competitively priced and advanced merchandises that are Spanish challenge larger competitorsVexia, I-Joy Vieta and Evolution Combination are a number of instances of firms offering technological revolution at competitive costs.
Initiation, low costs and exporting are the ingredients for success of four Spanish producers (Vexia, Ijoy, Vieta and Evolution Mix) to be able to compete technologically with the leading players in the sector.

Vexia, situated in Madrid and 100% Spanish-owned, has only participated in IFA, the biggest consumer electronics and home appliances trade show. There it presented its smart ‘Zippers Phone’, which has an advanced interface on the basis of the concept of a zipper, and its ‘Navlet’ apparatus, which joins a tablet PC with GPS technology.

On the other hand, the largest splash was made by the business’s ‘Magic Contact’ loudspeaker for mobile phones and tablet computers. This loudspeaker, which is compatible with virtually all brands of apparatus, amplifies sound with no need for additional cables or Bluetooth.

However, the business’s merchandise improvements aren’t the sole thing catching the people’s focus. Its competitive costs are proving to be an effective tool for competing against the leading players in the sector.

Its determination to supply apparatus that are useful is behind the ‘Econav’ program, which lets drivers save up to 20% on fuel.

IJoy is starting its new tablet PC Saphyr 9.7 and its I-Vibe BT Max shaking loudspeakers with Bluetooth, which can additionally be used for hands free operation.

Evolution Mix, a producer of food processors, is bringing its latest food preparation progress out, while Vieta, specializing in headphones and loudspeakers, is cost competitive with its wireless Bluetooth loudspeakers, among other products.

El Confidencial

Competitively priced and larger rivals are challenged by advanced Spanish merchandises
Vexia, I-Joy Vieta and Evolution Combine are a number of instances of firms offering technological revolution at competitive costs.

Initiation, low costs and exporting are the ingredients for success of four Spanish producers (Vexia, Ijoy, Vieta and Development Combination) to be able to compete technologically with the leading players in the sector.

Vexia, situated in Madrid and 100% Spanish-owned, has only participated in IFA, the biggest consumer electronics and home appliances trade show. There it presented its smart ‘Zippers Phone’, which has an advanced interface on the basis of the concept of a zipper, and its ‘Navlet’ apparatus, which joins a tablet PC with GPS technology.

On the other hand, the largest splash was made by the business’s ‘Magic Contact’ loudspeaker for mobile phones and tablet computers. This loudspeaker, which is compatible with virtually all brands of apparatus, amplifies sound with no need for additional cables or Bluetooth.

However, the business’s merchandise improvements aren’t the sole thing catching the people’s focus. Its competitive costs are proving to be an effective tool for competing against the leading players in the sector.

Its determination to supply apparatus that are useful is behind the ‘Econav’ program, which lets drivers save up to 20% on fuel.

IJoy is starting its new tablet PC Saphyr 9.7 and its I-Vibe BT Max shaking loudspeakers with Bluetooth, which can additionally be used for hands free operation.

Evolution Mix, a producer of food processors, is bringing its latest food preparation progress out, while Vieta, specializing in headphones and loudspeakers, is cost competitive with its wireless Bluetooth loudspeakers, among other products.

El Confidencial