Browsing Kata’s catalog and buying a devices just got a whole lot easier. Today, Kata announced that they revamped their new website to better serve the needs of their consumers. What’s even more interesting is that along with the website’s new look, Kata also jacked in an online store that promises delivery of purchased products within 2 business days.
According to Kata’s Founder and CEO, David Chen, the shop is aimed to change the way their consumers “view and experience shopping online.” He also added, “The design and look of the site closely reflects the Kata brand and the company’s strategic vision for growth over the next decades.” He also proudly stated that through Kata’s new website, “people will know this (their online store) as the fastest, coolest and most amazing online shop there is”.
I visited the website (https://www.katadigital.com/ph), and I must admit and I find it cleaner yet very informative. It clearly shows how their products look like, and presents the different features and unique selling proposition of each product. Here’s a sample full product page of Kata T4 product page/
The new website doesn’t just show the features and picutures of their products; it also offers a way for the consumers to buy products and even participate to their weekly promos. Wayie Marcelo of Kata Philippines also informed us that they will trigger promos on their e-commerce store every Friday. In fact, she tipped that they well sell Kata Box this Friday for only PhP1999.
Check out review and demo of Kata Box on this link.
Just in case you’re in the lookout for an LTE smartphone, Kata is now selling Kata i3L. We reviewed it last month and we pointed out that it is lightweight and compact for a 5-inch phone, which means it’s easy to carry around and store in your pocket. But make no mistake, this phone is filled with some great features that you would expect to find on any dependable Android handset. And even though it may look unassuming because of its mainly plastic body, it feels surprisingly well-built. Its lightness really betrays its sturdiness.
Check out our full review of Kata i3L on this link.