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Full offering for professionals on the move: Mobile Computing Range from Case Logic

To meet growing demands from professional computer users and building on its extensive experience in consumer markets, Case Logic has introduced a proprietary range of accessories for effective Mobile Computing. This new line of Mobile Computing accessories for professional, non-retail customers, is an initial offering set to complement the company’s well established products for the storage and protection of highly sensitive equipment and media.

As the leading worldwide supplier of portable storage systems for busy computer users on the move, Case Logic has used its extensive know-how to produce its first Mobile Computing line, which consists of items covering four areas of mobile computing: connectivity, power management, input and security.

The connectivity category includes a retractable modem cord and two USB hubs: the CLUB-4 USB 1.1 and the CLUB-24 USB 2.0, which is faster. The CLUB-24 also comes with an AC adapter. Power management products include a worldwide travel kit and CLMP-11 USB mobile phone chargers for different models of phone: CLMP-11N for Nokia, CLMP-11E for Ericsson, CLMP-11S for Siemens and the CLMP-11M for Motorola. For input Case Logic offers a USB numeric keypad and a USB optical mouse and for security a laptop security lock. For full details of all these products see the attached sheet.

This introduction represents phase one of a staged market approach by Case Logic. As with all technology driven products, the range will be constantly expanded and updated to allow for new trends and technological advances. The move also helps to strengthen Case Logic’s position as an all-round OEM provider.

According to Emmanuel de Blommaert, Director of Sales, Marketing and Product Development for Case Logic, the new Mobile Computing line marks a new but not unexpected departure for Case Logic: “Moving from storage solutions and bags to electronic accessories is a logical step for us. Customers have been asking us for some time to broaden our range of computer accessory items, to become a full-range supplier. Naturally, regardless of whether we're producing audio, computer, photo/video products or now mobile computing accessories, the Case Logic brand stands for quality and performance.”

De Blommaert adds: “Case Logic has established a strong reputation as a producer of innovative storage solutions. We believe that we are well qualified to meet the needs of the professional mobile computer user and this new line underpins our commitment to the professional user. Once this range gets established, we expect to be able to move into some exciting new developments for the future. We already have some partnerships on the horizon.”

Case Logic is the leading worldwide producer of accessories for the personal audio, computer, photo/video and DVD markets. Offering ultimate protection and up-to-the-minute design, Case Logic’s storage accessories have become Europe’s prime solution for a growing and diverse group of customers. Quality remains a key consideration and all of the company’s products state that “What’s inside survives”, an important qualification as companies continue to look for solutions to protect their valuable data and equipment.

Notes for editors

Case Logic was founded in 1984 and has grown to become the world’s leader in innovative, functional and trend-setting storage accessories, with more than 400 products protected by a strong patent portfolio. Today, with around 200 employees world-wide, the company develops, markets and distributes portable and home storage accessories for compact discs, CD-ROMs, cassettes, DVDs. MiniDiscs, portable electronics, desktop ergonomics, PDAs, cameras and camcorders, automotive and wireless accessories for customers across the globe.

Case Logic has its European headquarters in Belgium. The company is active in over 35 countries throughout Europe, Africa and the Middle East.

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