Rosewill Looks to Expand U.S. Presence via Distribution Partnership with ASI
April 24, 2013 9:45 AM
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ASI will carry a wide range of Rosewill products
You might be familiar with the name Rosewill, particularly if you're a do-it-yourself computer gamer. Rosewill is a manufacturer of various computer hardware and accessories including computer cases, keyboards, mice, and more.
During CES 2013
a few months back we talked a bit about some of the new computer peripherals the company had at the show, including an mechanical keyboard with backlight keys Cherry MX switches.
Rosewill has announced a new strategic distribution partnership with ASI. ASI Corp is one of the largest distribution networks for computer components and peripherals in the world boasting 10 locations in the U.S., three in Canada, and three in Mexico. ASI will begin carrying a wide range of Rosewill products in those locations including computer cases, power supplies, networking gear, cables, and computer accessories.
“We are very excited to work with ASI Corp,” says Daniel Hu, President of Rosewill. “There is a growing demand for computer hardware and accessories and with the agreement with ASI Corp, we will be able extend our reach, continue to meet demand, and focus on the technology to further improve our products.”
“We’re very pleased with the addition of Rosewill as part of our diverse and expanding product line up at ASI. Rosewill is a unique company dedicated to quality and committed to providing the highest levels of customer support for their entire product portfolio including networking, enclosures, and power supplies.” said Cathy Wang, ASI Vice President of Product Management.
Rosewill was once Newegg’s house brand, but it
branched out on its own in 2012
. Naturally, the products are available at Newegg in addition to Amazon, Walmart, and Buy.com
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4/24/2013 4:09:45 PM
Agreed. I bought a Rosewill KVM switch with a 1 year warranty, and it died right after the warranty expired. Meanwhile, other KVM's I've had for 4 or 5 years are still going strong.
Makes a person question whether the slightly cheaper price is worth the potential headache.
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