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Ingram signs Kanex exclusivity deal for NZ Mac users

08 Mar 11

Ingram Micro says it has signed an exclusive distribution deal with Kanex, a manufacturer of Mac connectivity solutions.

Kanex specialises in Mac connectivity market and provides a range of products that enhance connectivity between Mac and audio-visual display equipment.

Included in the Kanex portfolio is the iAdapt Series, providing connectivity between Mini DisplayPort enabled Macs and a wide range of high definition displays.

"We see an opportunity in the market for broadening the range of Mac category complementary products available to resellers and end users,” said Kelly Eyerman, Apple Senior Business Manager for Ingram Micro New Zealand.

"One of these areas is in providing quality Mac connectivity solutions. So we’re thrilled to be able to offer Kanex products to our New Zealand resellers and satisfy the demand in this area.”

Ingram Micro secured the rights to distribute iPad last November.

Update: We're receiving conflicting reports about the exclusivity of the deal from Renaissance, who says it also distributes Kanex in New Zealand. Stay tuned.

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