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Nimans Ventures into Laptop Space

Nimans is making its first foray into the laptop arena as part of an exclusive supply partnership.

Nimans has teamed up with premium audio and video manufacturer Venturer to offer resellers two-in-one mini Windows notebooks – which are both a tablet and laptop – and start from just £124.99 RRP (Ex VAT).

The EliteWin and BravoWin versions combine high performance specification with an exceptionally cost effective price point – a particularly attractive proposition for Systems Integrators and resellers working in the education and office supply sectors.

The EliteWin 11KT has an 11.6” screen with 1366 x 768 display and is fully loaded with the latest Windows 10 software and a month’s free trial of Office 365, making it an ideal laptop for any school or office environment. The BravoWin 10KT has a 10.1” 1280 x 800 display and comes with key Office Mobile software including Word Mobile, Excel Mobile, Powerpoint Mobile and OneNote.

Unlike other more expensive tablets on the market, the Venturer convertible tablets are equipped with a detachable smart keyboard that have a pressure sensing trackpad which clips on magnetically so they can be used as a stand-alone tablet or quickly transformed into a working laptop, making it easier to type, work and surf the internet.

“Teaming up with Venturer is another example of how Nimans continues to diversify and evolve,” says Group Sales and Business Development Director, Richard Carter. “This is our first foray into the computer market and these two innovative laptops provide resellers with a competitive market advantage to stand out from the competition. They are destined to be a big success.”

Venturer’s Head of Sales, Adrian Green, says joining forces with Nimans is an ideal fit. “They have a good strong team in place, a vast reseller base and a market leading reputation for service excellence. They are the ideal partner to service all our needs,” he pointed out. “Exciting times are ahead.”

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David Dungay

Editor - Comms Business Magazine