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Rapoo signs Anyware for ANZ distribution

10 Oct 12

Anyware Corporation has signed a new partnership with wireless peripheral accessories manufacturer Rapoo across the ANZ region.

Building on a solid foundation forged in China, Anyware will distribute Rapoo products including wireless mice, wireless keyboards, and wireless headsets; Bluetooth headsets and Bluetooth keyboards for intelligent terminals; and multimedia keyboards and Multi-Link (dandelion technology) product suites for home theatres.

As the demand for wireless technology grows, Anyware believes Rapoo are well positioned to capitalise on this current trend and become a trusted brand in the Australian peripheral market.

“As a brand, Rapoo ticks all the boxes: Award-winning, exciting and innovative products; a commitment to the end-user experience; and a solid and reputable international presence," says Garrison Huang, Managing Director of Anyware Corporation.

"It is from this foundation that we expect to be able to leverage significant growth for the brand in the Australian market."

Established in 2005, Rapoo the brand has grown exponentially, overtaking Microsoft and Logitech in the Chinese wireless market.

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