ELECOM forays Indian market; launches world's smallest wireless Mouse
Added On:2/23/2012 10:44:00 AM
Acknowledging the boom in Indian computing market, ELECOM has entered India by lunching world’s smallest wireless laser mouse. According to latest information, ELECOM has announced the launch of its India subsidiary - Elecom India Private Limited.
Sources informed, Elecom has unveiled world’s smallest wireless laser mouse, ‘baby beans’, soon to be featured in the Guinness Book of World Records. Designed to resemble a tiny bean, this 1200dpi laser mouse uses 2.4GHz wireless communication technology. The mouse comes built with a rechargeable lithium-ion battery, which can be charged via an in-built micro USB port. With a full charge, ‘baby beans’ can operate for approximately 3 weeks. It is available in 6 different vibrant colours.
India is a very important market for ELECOM and its commitment to the market is demonstrated by the launch of its exclusive showroom "Elecom Experience World" at Nehru Place, New Delhi, which is the first of its kind in the world for the company. The Experience World not only retails the ELECOM products but also offers a unique sensory experience to its discerning customers to touch, feel and test the complete product range for India.
Speaking on the launch, the ELECOM Founder and President, Mr. Junji Hada has stated that India, with its vibrant economy and a vast youth population, presents enormous potential for ELECOM which is known for its innovative and excellent designs. The company is confident that its range of premium and uniquely designed products, with the latest cutting edge technology will certainly appeal to the upwardly mobile and technology savvy Indian consumer.
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