Hollywood, Calif. — New Age Electronics dramatically widened its offerings with the announcement it has signed distribution agreements with Anker, KEF, Dremel and HP.
New Age, a division of Synnex, will distribute select products, including the M-series headphones and X-series digital audio systems from KEF; portable, wall, desktop and car chargers, as well as battery cases, from Anker; and the Dremel 3D Idea Builder and Sprout by HP, an immersive computer and fully integrated desktop 3D-scanning solution.
“With high-end audio products continuing to drive growth in the consumer electronics industry, our team works to identify the best products to bring to market to support our retailers in delivering a well-rounded offering to their customers in this space,” said Fred Towns, president, New Age Electronics. “By adding KEF, we are able to help meet the needs of technology users who put a greater emphasis on high-quality materials and the overall listening experience.”
Anker’s retail-ready packaging and merchandising displays, meanwhile, feature easy-to-understand info on product benefits, exclusive details about safety technology, and have rugged design and extensive testing to ensure high packaging durability, New Age said.
Sprout melds a 3D camera and scanner with an array of software tools and applications, all manipulated by using a touchscreen that sits atop the desk and below the computer’s display. Objects can be scanned by placing them on the touchscreen, and once compete, the resulting digital files can be manipulated directly on the screen.
New Age is currently hosting its “Live It Like A Star” Dealer Summit.