Breezie. The internet, made easy.

A personalised, intuitive system, specifically designed for people who are less familiar with digital technology. Supplied complete with a Samsung tablet computer, it’s the easiest way to get online and stay connected with friends, family and hobbies.



A beautifully designed device with a remote help facility


Breezie comes with a personalized touch screen tablet with most of your services and applications already set up.

The interface is elegantly designed to remove clutter and confusion from popular internet applications.

And as you start using your Breezie, the device introduces new features to you at your own perfect pace.


The Hub is a facility for you - or a family member or relative - to set up your Breezie before it is delivered.

The Hub can also be used on an ongoing basis to add and remove applications, update your address book and personalize your Breezie - remotely from another computer, phone or tablet.

Tailored to your choice

You can buy your Breezie as a complete package with a 10" or 8″ Samsung Galaxy Tab 3. If you prefer to simply turn your existing Samsung tablet into a Breezie, we can do that for you too.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 (10.1”)
Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 (8.0”)


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