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Mustek : Optoma and Mustek forge new partnership in South Africa

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08/28/2016 | 11:59am CEST

Optoma, a designer and manufacturer of projection and audio products, has announced that it has formed a new distribution partnership with Mustek Limited, for its operations in South Africa.

Effective immediately, Mustek will bring Optoma’s cost-effective business and IT range of projectors to South Africa and its surrounding regions. Nick Price, Territory Manager, Optoma said, “We are delighted to announce Mustek as our new distribution partner in South Africa. With three decades’ experience, Mustek has a great knowledge of the local market and an excellent reputation for supplying high quality global brands which have real synergy with Optoma.”

David Kan, CEO, Mustek, said, “We look forward to developing a strong partnership with Optoma, which already has a good reputation across South Africa. We supply the biggest top tier ICT brands to the country and firmly believe that Optoma, well-known for its high quality projectors, will enhance our portfolio of products and brands that we can offer our customers.”

Mustek will be stocking Optoma’s S321, S341 X341 and W331 projectors. According to the company, these SVGA, XGA and WXGA desktop models are lightweight and portable and offer great connectivity with brilliant image quality.

The post Optoma and Mustek forge new partnership in South Africa appeared first on Reseller Middle East.

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