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PB Tech lands Samsung SSDs and Memory deal

16 Jan 2017

PB Technologies has signed on to sell Samsung’s Solid State Drives and Memory products.

The move makes the retailer Samsung’s first official partner for these products in New Zealand.

PB Tech says the partnership further cements the relationship between PB Technologies and Samsung Electronics New Zealand.

Samsung Electronics New Zealand is responsible for official supply of Samsung branded products for New Zealand. PB Technologies is a Samsung Accredited Service Centre.

"In a crowded market for memory products, this partnership with Samsung allows PB to deliver premium products at competitive prices," says Will Zhu, product manager at PB Technologies.

PB technologies is New Zealand’s largest technology and IT retailer. It has ten retail stores across the country as well as an online store.

"Samsung NZ is a great partner for us, and our customers love Samsung memory products thanks to their reputation for performance and reliability,” says Zhu.

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