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CORSAIR now in Nepal
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CORSAIR, a world leader in enthusiast memory, high-performance gaming hardware, and PC components, conducted an event in Nepal at the hotel Radisson.
According to a press statement released by CORSAIR , the event was for the celebration of the launch of CORSAIR in Nepal. At the event, CORSAIR showcased its latest range of gaming products. The event also aimed at strengthening the existing relations and developing a new relationship with Pine Overseas as new distributor in Nepal.
“We were thrilled by the overwhelming response that we have received from the partners at the event and partner meets like this represents one of our top strategic initiatives and significant investments to reinforce our rapport with partners for laying out firm foundation for future businesses”. Read the statement by M.A Mannan, Country Manager- South Asia at CORSAIR.
Likewise, quoting Rajesh Dugar, Managing Director at Pine the press statement read, “We are happy to add CORSAIR to our strong brand portfolio. This association is testimony to our reputation as one of the leading and strong players in the IT hardware and accessories distribution market. We are looking forward to work closely with CORSAIR, extend our resources and support to promote best of breed products from CORSAIR to market.”
CORSAIR displayed new range of products like K55, K95, K68, keyboards, HARPOON RGB, GLAIVE RGB, M65 RGB ELITE and DARK CORE RGB SE mice, PSU, cooling, Gaming Case at the event. With the increasing interest of enthusiasts in gaming, the demand for high-end quality PC components which will support the growing requirements of high-end gaming has increased.
- by Republica
- by Associated Press
- by Republica