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Altech picks up Rapoo brand in NZ

15 Jun 12

Wireless peripheral specialists Rapoo have appointed Altech Computers division as their local distributor.

Under the terms of the deal, Altech’s New Zealand division will be bringing the entire range of Rapoo wireless mice, keyboards and headsets to the New Zealand reseller channel, effective immediately.

Michael Chong, ANZ general manager of Altech, says he’s sure the deal will help the two companies positively drive sales.

"We are excited at the addition of Rapoo to the Altech product range,” Chong says.

Rapoo ANZ country manager Ken Ou Yang adds that he sees lots of potential for Rapoo in New Zealand.

"Rapoo has certainly been fortunate to partner with a distributor such as Altech, who are rapidly growing their presence in New Zealand,” Yang says.

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