Harrisburg, Pa. - Mobility,
Internet-capable TVs and motion gaming systems will be among the top sales
drivers this season and next year, D&H Distributing projected.
The North American
IT and CE distributor also sees 3D displays, notebook and tablet computers,
fresh gaming titles and wireless memory cards for digital cameras as big
winners for the holidays and into 2011.
"We've always been
focused on steering our dealers toward opportunities," said senior sales VP Jeff
Davis. "It's been an invigorating year, with various up-and-down trends and
predictions, from 3D to Google and Android to IP-enabled media ... We invest in a
variety of technologies that show potential as trends arise, and make them
available to our customers to give them an edge."
Other growth areas
identified by D&H include iPad accessories and other tablet PC-inspired add-ons,
and 3D displays in computers and gaming devices, including Toshiba's A665 3D
laptop and Nintendo's forthcoming 3DS.
with potential include Pogoplug's personal cloud device, which gives the
consumer access to content from their home network from any location with an
Internet connection, and Ooma's home VoIP phone box, which facilitates free,
HD-quality calls without any carrier involvement.
Now in its 93rd
year, D&H ships out of five separate locations in North America, including
its U.S. headquarters in Harrisburg and its Canadian headquarters in
Mississauga, Ontario. Additional U.S. warehouses are located in Atlanta, Chicago
and Fresno, Calif. For more information call D&H toll-free at (800)
340-1007 or visit www.dandh.com
Harrisburg, Pa. - Mobility, Internet-capable TVs and motion gaming systems will be among the top sales drivers this season and next year, D&H Distributing projected.