Monday, January 11, 2010

Datec signs partnership with Apple, bringing Apple officially to Papua New Guinea

The MacBook Pro, the high performance notebook for everyone
The new iMac, the ultimate all-in-one

The iPod Classic, iPod Touch and iPod Nano. Music for all

Datec PNG is pleased to announce an increase in its portfolio of world-class professional and personal technology by bringing Apple technology and support to the Papua New Guinea market.
Today, Apple leads the computing industry in innovation with its award-winning computers, OS X operating system and iLife and professional applications.
Apple is also spearheading the digital media revolution with its iPod portable music and video players.
The range of products now available within PNG, courtesy of Datec, includes the ‘ultimate all in one’ desktop computer on the market today – Apple’s new iMac.
The full range of MacBook and MacBook Pro Laptops are now in PNG, that suit everything situation ranging from home life, student life and work life.
A range of Apple Accessories will now be available in-store to complement your Apple Technology.
MS office 2008 for Mac for every occasion whether work, school or home, gives you tools that help simplify your life.
With Microsoft Office 2008 for Mac, you can manage projects, collaborate with others and create dynamic documents and presentations simply and easily.
iPod family range – Which iPod are you? From the shuffle, the worlds smallest and most wearable music player comes in new colours and tells you which song is playing, through to the latest iPod Touch, with up to 64Gb of storage, for your games, movies, music and so much more.
If you like the sound of “no-fuss, no downtime, easy wireless, no viruses, everything-just-works… “ then welcome to the benefits of owning a Mac.
Expected early in 2010, Datec will be certified as the only Apple Authorised Service Centre in PNG.
To find out more about Apple, then visit Datec’s new Megastore, opening 21st January 2010, the Lae retail showroom or contact

1 comment:

  1. Will the partnership assist us Papua New Guineans who own Apple Iphone to have accounts with Apple Store so we can download applications