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Altech further expands motherboard range

Altech further expands motherboard range

Distributor Altech has secured the exclusive rights to Elite Computer Systems’ (ECS) motherboards in Australia and New Zealand.

Altech’s marketing manager Kevin Hartin says the agreement completes its motherboard line-up.

“ECS are a brand that has been in the local channel for a number of years and are well known for their value and broad range of entry level motherboards, which perfectly complement the existing mainstream and enthusiast offerings Altech is carrying,” Hartin says.

ECS senior sales manager David Wu says signing Altech will make the motherboard range available to a larger number of resellers than previously.


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