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Gadgets: TwitterPeek

November 2nd, 2009


Are they for real? TwitterPeek Mobile Tweeting Device with Lifetime Service Included

They’re going to have to open a rehab center for twitter users!

* Unlimited tweeting anywhere, anytime
* No contracts, no credit checks, no activation fees ever!
* Large, full-color screen and full keyboard
* Long battery life of 4-5 days. Fully recharges in under 2 hours
* Usable throughout the U.S. with full nationwide coverage

From the Manufacturer

Twitter better with TwitterPeek, the most exciting way to experience Twitter on-the-go. In just the past year, Twitter has become a powerful world phenomenon that millions of people log into everyday to share interesting news, stories, thoughts and events as they happen. It’s the new and fun way to get the best of the web summarized and tailored to your interests. With access to your Twitter account on-the-go, you can tweet your life instantaneously and participate in live conversations happening all around the world.

TwitterPeek keeps you connected with instant tweet delivery, so you’re always the first to receive timely, fun, useful and provocative information direct from the source. You might follow the New York Times for breaking news. Lance Armstrong might invite you along on a bike ride through Hamburg. Oprah might let you in on the latest book she’s reading. Or, better yet, you might discover the coffee shop around the corner is offering free scones until 11 am for all tweeters. You’ll discover an infinite world of conversation with the nifty, pocket-sized TwitterPeek.

Perfect for Twitter addicts, newbies or anyone interested in getting into Twitter, TwitterPeek makes a great holiday gift. It’s everything you love about Twitter packed into a slim, lightweight mobile gadget that works anywhere in the US – no wifi necessary! Tweet, retweet, reply and direct message your favorite celebrities, friends, co-workers and family. TwitterPeek’s intuitive menu, handy scroll wheel and universal tweet inbox make it as easy to master as email.

Because TwitterPeek is designed for Twitter, it provides a tweeting experience superior to any website or smartphone application. No more waiting for tweets to download or clicking the “more” button to see old tweets. TwitterPeek’s “always on” tweet delivery makes it a snap to follow 100’s of people throughout the course of your day. Best of all, you don’t have to spend $50/month on an expensive smartphone data plan to get Twitter.

Your TwitterPeek device comes with a lifetime of unlimited service – no contracts, no hidden fees, no overages, no headaches.

* World’s first Twitter mobile device
* Unlimited tweets and direct messages
* Nationwide coverage. No wifi signal necessary
* Includes service for lifetime of device
* No contracts or hidden fees
* “Always on” instant tweet delivery
* Full QWERTY keyboard, large color screen, click scroll wheel
* Long battery life lasts up to 4 days
* 30-day money back guarantee
* 1-year manufacturers warranty

What is TwitterPeek?

TwitterPeek is a slim, lightweight mobile gadget that enables you to use Twitter on-the-go from anywhere in the US. It is the world’s first Twitter device from the makers of Twitter and Peek. Because it is designed exclusively to Twitter, TwitterPeek offers the best mobile Twitter experience available.

Enjoy all of your favorite Twitter features with TwitterPeek including reading tweets, sending tweets, replying, retweeting and direct messaging.

Always On

TwitterPeek works on a high-speed wireless data network with nationwide coverage, so it’s always on and receiving tweets. With smartphone applications for Twitter, you have to switch over to an application and wait for only your 100 most recent tweets to download. With TwitterPeek, you get all of your tweets as they happen – instantly! Plus, TwitterPeek is more affordable than any smartphone data plan.

No Contracts. No Hassles.
Nationwide Coverage
Blinking, Ringing and Vibrating Alerts



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5 Comments so far

  1. McLovinIsFresh November 2nd, 2009 11:17 am

    like we need another gadget to carry.

  2. William November 2nd, 2009 12:51 pm

    It’ll be interesting to see how this sells. On onehand, it’ll just be an extra device to carry with your phone, mp3 player, etc. But at the same time, it’s pretty underestimated how many people use Twitter as their primary form of communication. How many times have you seen people have entire conversations on Twitter when you know they have each others’ phone numbers? And then you have Direct Messaging, which is like email/texting. And peoples’ txts are often short anyway, just like Twitter msgs.

    So you basically have a way to get in contact with the people you know – for fun, business, etc. And no contracts? Shiiiiiiit, this could blow up amongst the tween crowd. And even amongst people have cell phones, but find themselves rarely making calls. It’d take a lot to get over the idea of buying a twitter device, but it makes more sense than it may seem.

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  4. Xill likayi November 2nd, 2009 6:09 pm

    As if buying for tweet genius wasn’t good enough. A full-size mobile? thats a bite much, and if you need to purchase a twitter mobile ,i highly suggest rehab lol. that is just dumb. but unfortunately someone out there is a twitter addict. I’M GLAD I GOT OUT OF THE TWITTER GAME BEFORE ITS TO LATE…but i do occasionally peep in. 0h vey

  5. Chris November 4th, 2009 5:32 am

    This is just not gonna work. I don’t know who came up with this idea, but it doesn’t make much sense to me. Btw, I think this article sums it up well: