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V7 Grows PC Input Line

Santa Ana, Calif. – V7, the house brand of distributor Ingram
Micro, today announced a new line of computer input accessories for value-added
resellers, small to medium businesses and systems integrators.

V7 is offering seven new mice, two new keyboard/mouse
combinations and a stand-alone keyboard with PS/2 connectivity.

Topping the line is a 2.4GHz wireless 1,200 dpi laser mouse with
a USB nano receiver stored inside (model M42N01-7N). The textured plastic unit
has non-slip rubber grip, tilt wheel and battery indicator. It will retail for

Also new is a five-button 27MHz, 1,000 dpi wireless mouse
(M51T00-7N) with a USB mini receiver that slides into the bottom of the mouse
after use. It includes a power-off idle function, battery indicator and tilt
wheel. It will retail for $24.99 

V7’s new laser gaming mouse (M42N01-7N) offers gaming-grade laser
performance and customizable features, including two programmable side buttons
and an adjustable dpi with LED indicator. Retail price is $29.99.

A new 800 dpi mini mouse with a retractable cord (M33B10-6N,
$14.99), a 1,000 dpi wired optical mouse with tilt wheel (M30T10-7N, $15.99),
and two standard 1,000 dpi corded mice – one USB, one P2/S (M30P10-7N,
M30P20-7N, both $9.99) – round out the line.

New desktop combos from V7 include a compact multimedia
keyboard/optical mouse bundle featuring nine one-touch hot keys and tactile
feedback (CK0M1-6N, $24.99), and a spill-proof keyboard/800 dpi optical mouse
bundle (CK0C1-6N, $19.99).

The spill-proof keyboard is also available separately with PS/2 input
(KC0B2-6N6, $9.99)

“These latest V7 products demonstrate the tremendous value
proposition Ingram Micro’s house brand brings to the market – high-quality,
reliable PC accessories on par with top-tier brands at significantly lower
prices and backed by Ingram Micro’s powerful distribution network and
reputation for service,” said Kevin Prewett, U.S. vendor management VP for
Ingram Micro. “As with the entire V7 portfolio, our goal with these latest products
is to help enhance our customers’ profitability with up-sell and attach-sale
opportunities that upgrade the purchase of notebooks and PCs.”