Advent is tapping on the unexpected success of the Vega tablet and has launched a dedicated mini-website for the popular device called Myadventvega.
Available here, the site offers some basic information regarding the tablet itself including the specs, product manuals and the full software update image which allows you to refresh (or upgrade) your Vega.
More importantly though, the site is tied with a Twitter account, @Adventvega which provides with handy hints and tips as well as the all new important stock updates.
Because they work in tandem with PC World, they tend to give advanced warning to their Twitter followers who can then purchase the device as soon as they appear on the PC World's website.
The Advent Vega, a dual core Android-based tablet that runs a dual core Nvidia Tegra processor, has been one of the better tablets coming to the market in Q4.
What set it apart from the competition though is its affordable price, which at £249 is far less than other similar 10.1-inch models like the Toshiba Folio 100 or the Viewsonic Viewpad 10.