Tekkeon™ Emergency Power now available in Australia
- 16 September, 2009 11:41
<p>BRISBANE, SEPTEMBER 16 2009 – Tekkeon™ Inc., manufacturer of award-winning portable power solutions, is partnering with Brisbane based niche distributor of technology products - NetOpt to market and distribute the portable power solutions across Australia.</p>
<p>Tekkeon has a comprehensive range of rechargeable battery packs for mobile workforce and lifestyle; NetOpt’s Rick Nand is confident that Australians will pick up on Tekkeon product advantages very quickly.</p>
<p>“Tekkeon versatile emergency and mobile power range has applications for a wide range of electronic devices and they are lightweight and come with a range of adaptor tips. Tekkeon also has an industrial grade external universal battery suited for portable instruments and equipment” he said.</p>
<p>“With demand for portable power in Australia, Tekkeon is pleased to partner with a strong distributor like NetOpt to make our power solutions available ‘down under’ says Jerry Yang, president of Tekkeon, Inc. “We’re certain that users in Australia will benefit from our extensive line of battery packs – from emergency AA chargers to robust rechargeable laptop batteries”.</p>
<p>“We are very pleased to partner with Tekkeon in bringing the Tekkeon products into Australia” said Nand. “Australians are embracing the freedom of wireless broadband and Internet on the move but are limited by the device power and access to power. With Tekkeon portable power packs they can now enjoy more freedom and extended operation time for their devices” he said.</p>
<p>Tekkeon products will be available from all leading retail outlets including computer and specialist retailers across Australia.</p>
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