Every seventh German was not online yet Hamburg. Last week, the Federal Statistical Office reported that around 15 percent of Germans have never used the Internet. Often the technical hurdles and security concerns are background. The Danish dukPC GmbH has set the goal to simplify this way. Our offer is aimed particularly at older users who have still no computer skills”, says Erik Hougaard, General Manager of dukPC GmbH. we thought made us in advance therefore together with the Danish senior aldre say what requirements must have a computer for elderly people.” The result is the dukPC extremely easy to use. In addition to the intuitive touch screen table model, also representing the programs has been adapted to the wishes.
We have waived any unnecessary bells and whistles in the programming and focused on the essentials of the programs. Who wants to write a text, need not necessarily all kinds of format or the option of a mail merge.” In addition, users in the package receive the direct service for the Internet connection, as well as the security and software updates. Thus, the entry into the modern communication is safer and easier. The dukPC from 699.00 EUR is available in Germany. The fees for the Internet service, the free telephone customer service and the automatic program and security updates be monthly 24.99 EUR. The support has no minimum term and can be terminated every day. The fees without the Internet amounted to 14.99 EUR monthly. The dukPC can be ordered by phone at 040 / 299-97-029 or email.
Further information is available on. DukPC dukPC: Is a young company from Denmark. The aim of the company is to make available computers and Internet without age-related restrictions. This improves the communication with friends and family members, and provides access to new sources of information and services. Behind the company dukPC are Erik Hougaard and Lars Peter Larsen, two young entrepreneurs with years of experience in the IT industry. The company was founded in the year 2010 based in Aarhus.