Maple IT plans PC business

Chennai-based Maple
Information Technology Hardware, a division of Selathaar Industry Private
Limited, distributor of A4 tech range of products in India, has announced its
plans to venture into PC business.

Maple IT headed by AJ Razack
came into limelight with the distribution of peripherals. Now according to Anand
Selvam, GM ­ Marketing, the company’s branded PCs would hit the market by the
beginning of next year. Currently, Maple IT is engaged in developing the market
for their branded PCs. "We are working on this and are planning to launch
our PCs" says Anand.

Maple IT also plans to launch
monitors, modems, high-end speakers and motherboards by April. "For the
past one-year we have only been dealing with keyboards, mice, speakers,
joysticks etc. The launch of monitors, modems, high-end speakers and
motherboards will widen our marketing opportunities," adds Anand.

Maple IT has launched a Mac
look-alike keyboard, which comes in a choice of different colors that range from
a transparent jet black to a striking deep blue.

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Maple IT plans PC business

Chennai-based Maple
Information Technology Hardware, a division of Selathaar Industry Private
Limited, distributor of A4 tech range of products in India, has announced its
plans to venture into PC business.

Maple IT headed by AJ Razack
came into limelight with the distribution of peripherals. Now according to Anand
Selvam, GM ­ Marketing, the company’s branded PCs would hit the market by the
beginning of next year. Currently, Maple IT is engaged in developing the market
for their branded PCs. "We are working on this and are planning to launch
our PCs" says Anand.

Maple IT also plans to launch
monitors, modems, high-end speakers and motherboards by April. "For the
past one-year we have only been dealing with keyboards, mice, speakers,
joysticks etc. The launch of monitors, modems, high-end speakers and
motherboards will widen our marketing opportunities," adds Anand.

Maple IT has launched a Mac
look-alike keyboard, which comes in a choice of different colors that range from
a transparent jet black to a striking deep blue.

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Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *