Tech Data has signed an agreement to distribute the MAXCases range of cases and protection solutions for mobile devices in the UK.
Aimed principally at education, MAXCases products are designed and developed by combining extensive testing and customer feedback to deliver superior performance and style. Tech Data is the first distributor to be appointed for MAXCases in the UK. The brand is already established and successful in North America, but up to now there has only been limited availability of the range in the UK.
Initially, Tech Data is making MAXCasesExtreme Shell and SnapShell ranges for Chromebooks and a selection of the company’s sleeves and bags for tablets and notebooks available to UK retailers and resellers.
MAXCases products are made to the highest quality standards. The MAX Extreme Shell cases feature two layers of drop protection, the first providing a skin of thermoplastic polyurethane designed to absorb shocks to the edges and corners of the device, the second an enclosed polycarbonate shell. Key features include a built-in asset tag window, pop-up feet for inclined typing angles, and shock-absorbing materials that help to protect the device if it is dropped.
“The MAXCases range gives retailers and resellers something different and distinctive to offer customers”, says Simon Hughes, Category Manager for Accessories at Tech Data. “MaxCases solutions stand out from the crowd. They have been designed from the ground-up on the basis of direct input from users and administrators, and that really shows. Small touches like the recessed area for asset tags are genuinely useful and make a tremendous difference for the customer.”
Cameron Moore, CEO of Max Interactive Inc, states: “All our products are developed with the user in mind and as technology continues to evolve, MAXCases continues to be at the forefront of producing solutions, specifically to protect, safeguard and enhance mobile product in real‐world environments. Tech Data is a trusted distributor with extensive presence in both the public and commercial sectors and we look forward to working with them to maximise the enormous potential for MAXCases in the UK market.”
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