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TMCNet:  Massive Dynamics WEB 4.0 Interactive Computing Tablet Could Drive Profitable Wedge in Lucrative Tablet Sector

[January 18, 2013]

Massive Dynamics WEB 4.0 Interactive Computing Tablet Could Drive Profitable Wedge in Lucrative Tablet Sector

(M2 PressWIRE Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL), may have some serious competition for consumer electronics dollars, along with Google (NASDAQ: GOOG), Samsung and Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT), since Massive Dynamics (OTCBB: MSSD) announcement of a new interactive WEB 4.0 computing tablet. According to the Company "the product can receive information and instructions without the user needing to touch the tablet, utilize voice input or incorporate any peripheral device whatsoever." That's very different from what has been available to consumers up to now. Massive Dynamics is scheduling the unveiling of the new tablet for March 15th in Cupertino, California, USA. The Company also says they will "offer the first new breakthrough WEB 4.0 computing tablet, which will operate on Google's (NASDAQ: GOOG) Android platform. Company management believes this cutting edge product will give the Company priority access to the potential 210 million tablets forecast by Digitimes to be sold in 2013. According to the forecast, 70 million tablets will come from companies other than Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL), Samsung Electronics and Microsoft Corp (NASDAQ: MSFT). With that size of a market available for a Massive Dynamics entry, management believes this new 'next level' tablet can capture a sizeable portion of these estimated 2013 sales." Those numbers make this new WEB 4.0 venture for MSSD very promising.

If that weren't enough, Massive Dynamics launched a new smartphone device named the 'Telipad' during the 2012 Christmas buying season. Its President was quoted as saying "When shoppers found out that they could avoid paying $400 to $600 for a separate smartphone to carry and just pay $89.95 to add the smartphone to their tablet, they quickly saw the benefit of the TeliPad. As such, I believe that this is the reason we received more than three times the preorders that we had hoped for." PEAS Corp is not a financial advisory or financial services entity whatsoever. Our only business is making the public at large aware of unique products and events. Nothing expressed in this release is to be relied on for any type of investment decisions whatsoever. We are not a promotion entity or an advertising agency. The companies mentioned herein have released information to the public that has been used as source material and none has originated from PEAS Corp. Our sole business is limited to products and events. PEAS Corp does not trade securities or take securities in trade for any services.

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