Miguel Sebastian

A unique opportunity for prestigious calida fair CeBIT, in which half of the world, is represented and involved about 5,000 companies, has appointed country invited to Spain. More than 80 Spanish companies are going to the fair which is held every spring. The Minister of industry, tourism and trade, Miguel Sebastian, at the official presentation of Spain as country protagonist in CeBIT 2010 stressed: great opportunity for Spain, for its technological boost. PCTV updates its website.Already has starting with the Spanish language, and translate your web progressively into the main European languages. With a more modern design and a more intuitive navigation for users, PCTV has launched the new website. The web site is a space which seeks to be closer to the consumer and that offers information both from its catalogue of products and of their latest releases. According to the company, these improvements respond to the use of new technologies, and above all, adaptation of the needs of today’s consumer.

It allows not only greater and easy updating of content, display in all browsers and better positioning. A virtual image clearer so that customers and fans of new technologies can navigate by it or simply consult information products more quickly and more easily. A simple escape where you can view pictures of all their products. You can also download from it, its software TVCenter 6.20. The new website is more functional and more practical than ever shown. We wanted to make it much simpler, more visual and practical. Another cause that has been renewed is by the demand of customers. We have enhanced the classification of products by continent, since different TV models to follow.

And within each of these sections: hybrids, digital, satellite etc. Becomes available to users who want to know all the details of a product before purchasing it, and with the possibility of downloads, as well as more technical information of the different products. The website provides information of their products and corporate news, with a section for high resolution press photos.