Westchester, CA, August 04, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Because forum networking is no longer keeping up with the new trend of online support and assistance for issues related to multimedia devices like iPod, PSP, Zune (not to mention the rather complex problems that can show up with DVD and Video formats & devices), new solutions had to be put forward in order to answer the ever increasing demand for simplified knowledge - and this is what TuvaBox is trying to provide. Behind the TuvaBox website there is a team made of people whose common interests in entertainment gadgets has led to the creation and launching of this knowledge base and online support solution that users may reach at http://www.tuvabox.com.
The website intends to be a comprehensive and useful resource for any issue regarding media devices like Apple iPod, Microsoft Zune or Sony PSP consoles. Including a database that is being updated constantly, the team wishes to provide free assistance to every media fan who owns an entertainment gadget and is in need of support, either hardware or software related. The means to achieve such an extensive and mandatory task is by providing the type of database stated above plus an online form of answering to on the spot claims, request and problems. First of all, the database is fairly consistent, including numerous articles with information about technical details and specifications about devices such as iPod Video, iPhone, iTouch, PSP or PSP Slim & Lite, or Zune. Also, the database includes pieces of information on software related to such devices like video or DVD converters. It has some complete guides on specific requirements, like all there is to know about video or audio formats, covering a wide range of DVD standards.
TuvaBox will also contain several how-to articles which take the user step by step into solving problems regarding movie conversions or different device settings for the Apple iPod range of models, Sony PSP and Microsoft Zune. If this proves still not to help the user, than everyone has the alternative of the online form of requesting an answer for a problem they may experience, be it a video DVD conversion issue, a battery switch for an iPod or a gaming advice for PSP.
The website is subject to constant updating, the team intending to include along the way everything they find out new about the world of electronics and video DVD upgrades. And this is as useful as it can be since this area is always changing and evolving with new devices being brought to light. Corporations like Apple always take into consideration client feedback regarding their products, especially for the iPod models, iPhone or iPod Touch so these models are always subject to improvement. The software related to them needs proper implementation and classic and renamed models are receiving upgrades and needing new software utilities and explanations. Since 2002, things in the entertainment market area have changed together with the hard-based support for video DVD and other electronics that have become lighter and powerful. Like the Apple iPod, which has now reached it's 14th generation for five different models, each model coming with different storage and software capacities. Add to the fact that each gadget receives anniversary or special releases, like Star Wars special, or the Final Fantasy themed PSP, it is expected that the company's website would be at least of some assistance to any iPod or PSP owner.
Combining a user friendly approach, the TuvaBox company proves to be a helpful resource for users worldwide who enjoy their media gadget to the fullest. The company's official statement can be found at http://www.tuvabox.com/Press/2008-06-24-TuvaBox-Launched.aspx, and according to it, the website welcomes anyone interested in media entertainment.