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October 23, 2007

V7 Launches New Line of Carrying Cases for Notebook PCs

By Stefania Viscusi, TMCnet Assistant Editor

As today's world increasingly goes mobile, more and more users are making the switch from PC's to notebook PC's.
Following this move is the latest trend in the product supply chain for computer electronics -- backpacks and accessories for notebook PCs.
Now V7, a provider of IT and CE products, has launched a new line of accessory carrying cases and backpacks for notebook PCs in a bid to make it possible for mobile users to "easily and securely take their offices or workspaces with them."

The new carrying cases make it easy to carry around accessories like a cell phone, spare battery, mouse, power adapter as well as a notebook safely and conveniently.
The carrying cases feature a comfortable carrying handle and padded shoulder strap for comfortable transportation and can be of good use for anyone working out in the field, attending school or even just making their way through crowds in the street, as the carrying cases are constructed of durable high-quality materials and include high-density foam padding.

Specific offerings from V7 include, V7 Top-Loading Carrying Cases popular for business meetings and with multiple, lockable compartments for documents, cell phones and other items and V7 Backpacks, the Mission and the Venture for a mobile, virtual work station that offers organizational capabilities for notebook user while also offering protection.

"V7 has reengineered the traditional product supply chain to provide best-in-class quality and features while delivering a superior value proposition to our customers," said Rainer Kozlik, vice president and general manager of Ingram Micro's Global V7 Private Label Group. "Designed for the mobile notebook PC user, the new V7 notebook carrying cases and backpacks offer superior value, style and reliability, and are backed by V7's two-year warranty against material defects and workmanship."
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