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ORLANDO, FLA. — Retailers, warranty and tech-service providers, and CE accessory manufacturers converged at the Hyatt Grand Cypress last month, here, to attend the 36th RetailVision event.
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ORLANDO, FLA. — PlumChoice, an online provider of PC services, used RetailVision to debut its SafeLink Retail program. SafeLink Retail is a tech-support service that provides service through point-of-sale kiosks, and it is now available as a turnkey program, said the company.
Customers can reportedly purchase PlumChoice service cards at retailers — offered as one-time, per-minute and subscription plans — providing remote support and instruction for networking, software applications, PCs and laptops, printers, peripherals, MP3 players, digital cameras, PDAs and other devices.
ORLANDO, FLA. — Built NY displayed its recently introduced Hoodie camera case and laptop backpack at RetailVision.
The Hoodie is designed for use with a variety of digital cameras. Its construction features neoprene material with a stretchable fold-over hood and a hard EVA back for protection. Available in four colors and patterns, the case has an interior pocket and comes with a belt and wrist strap. It carries a $14.99 suggested retail.
The laptop backpack, designed for 12-inch to 17-inch units, is offered in two colors: black and olive. It too is constructed with the company's signature neoprene material, and comes with a main pocket and two additional pockets. The backpack is available in two sizes — medium and large — and features an adjustable sternum strap. Both sizes have a $79.99 suggested retail.