Sonnet Signs Retail Deal, Upgrades Available "Off The Shelf"

Sonnet Technologies has announced a new retail deal with national computer retailer Micro Center. Micro Center is a nation wide retailer consisting of 18 stores, and has been a major Apple vender for some time. Hoping to have product in stock by tomorrow, people will be able to go to their local Micro Center and grab a Sonnet Crescendo/PCI G3. According to Sonnet:

Sonnet Technologies, the worldwide market share leader in processor upgrade cards for Apple Macintosh? computers, has secured a new partnership with nationwide computer retail store chain, Micro Center. ?We are pleased that Micro Center, one of Apple?s top national retailers, will be carrying Sonnet products to better serve its Macintosh customers,? states president, CEO and founder, Robert Farnsworth. The stores will initially be selling Sonnet Tango?, Sonnet Tempo? Ultra ATA66, and Crescendo/PCI G3. Products are scheduled to be stocked at all locations in time for the holidays.

Founded in 1979, Micro Center operates 18 unique stores nationwide. Appealing to the upscale, computer-knowledgeable customer, Micro Center?s format is that of a computer department store featuring specialized areas of products and sales expertise. The Macintosh Department is a store-within-a-store and is dedicated to a complete selection of Mac hardware, software and accessories.

Simply Fast
Sonnet products are guaranteed to operate reliably over variations of machine, time and temperature. All Sonnet Presto, Crescendo, Encore, Tempo, and Tango cards work in every compatible Macintosh without the need for the antiquated methods of configuration. The ability to move an upgrade card from one machine to another without the need to tweak any jumpers or control panels is a significant advantage to resellers and organizations that want to maximize their flexibility, while minimizing the long term technical support requirements. Sonnet cards have unequaled ease-of-installation and reliability, and are Simply Fast.

You can find more information at the Sonnet Technologies web site.

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