Smart Meets Stylish With Kensington's New Computing Accessories
Kensington launches Australia's first range of dedicated netbook accessories
Sydney - Australia, 2 April 2009 - Kensington, the worldwide leader in mobile computing solutions, has announced the launch of Australia's first dedicated netbook accessories range.
Designed to help you get the most out of your netbook computer, the range includes compact mice, cushioned cases and slimline locks, all stylishly designed - so now you can take your netbook computer out and about without worrying about it being damaged or stolen!
Kensington's sleek range of netbook accessories comprises:
Netbook mouse Compact and easy to use, the built-in scroll wheel simplifies navigation. These mice are fit to scale for the 30 - 90 minute netbook usage model. Available in two variations - wired, RRP $19.95 or wireless, $39.95
The Netbook security lock - Kensington's iconic, top selling lock has been modified for netbooks to keep your computer safer than ever. The compressed coil lock is only 78mm long but expands to 1.8m so you can lock your netbook down and keep it safe from straying hands, RRP $29.95
Netbook case: This sleek, reversible case is cushioned to shield your computer from damage whilst on the move. Lightweight but protective, it will prevent scratching and denting to keep your netbook looking stylish for longer. RRP $19.95
Kensington's new range of netbook accessories is the latest offering in the company's diverse portfolio of award-winning mobile computing accessories. The 'smart made simple' products couple intelligent design with easy to use features to enhance the way consumers work and play. The full portfolio is comprised of seven categories:
Control It: A high performance range of mice, presenters, trackballs, keyboards and keypads, which make computers easier to control. Highlights from the range include the award winning SlimBlade Trackball laser mouse which provides cursor control in tight spaces, on any surface, RRP from $39.95
Power It: As the world's number 1 third party power supplier, Kensington's unique solutions help you travel lighter yet work smarter. Rechargeable battery packs power iPods, MP3 players and other mobile devices on the move, without the need for a power source, RRP from $29.95
Carry It: Exclusively endorsed by the American Chiropractic Association for their patented contour system, Kensington's Contour range of notebook cases reduces shoulder and back fatigue by up to 35%., RRP from $49.95
Play It: A range of accessories which allow consumers to enjoy and use iPods, iPhones, MP3 players or mobile phones in the car, home or out and about for hours on end without running out of power, RRP from $29.95
Secure it: As the leading authority in notebook security and world's number 1 seller of notebook locks, Kensington offers a comprehensive range of mobile and desktop locks, which make it easy to keep your computer safe and secure, wherever you are, RRP from $29.95
Connect It: A range of home and office computing solutions, with one-touch simplicity, including multi-view monitor adaptors, notebook stands and a variety of connectivity devices, RRP from $39.95
Optimise It: Based on US army research into body measurements, this ergonomic range protects against poor posture, eyestrain and repetitive strain conditions, RRP from $39.95
For more information, or to purchase Kensington's products please visit the website http://au.kensington.com
Founded in 1981 and headquartered in Redwood Shores, California, Kensington Computer Products Group, is the technology division of ACCO Brands Corporation (NYSE: ABD), a world leader in branded office products with annual revenues of nearly $2 billion and products marketed in more than 100 countries around the globe.
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