Friday, September 27th 2013

Lian Li and Micro Center Sign Distribution Agreement

Lian-Li Industrial Co. Ltd, today announces that it has signed a distribution agreement with Micro Center, technology retailer focused on knowledgeable computer users. Micro Center will be carrying the latest Lian Li cases and accessories as well as older popular models. Micro Center will also be the first US vendor to carry the PC-A79 full tower and M-ATX PC-V360 chassis. Distribution begins at the end of September 2013.

Micro Center operates twenty-two large stores in major markets in the USA. Founded in 1979 in Columbus, OH, Micro Center is a destination retailer designed to satisfy the dedicated computer user. Uniquely focused on computers and computer-related products, Micro Center offers more computer and computer-related items (more than 30,000 in stock) than any other retailer. Micro Center is deeply passionate about providing product expertise and exceptional customer service.
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6 Comments on Lian Li and Micro Center Sign Distribution Agreement

#1
erixx
Local news. At least it says what country it applies to, contrary to the other day and the Lenovo upgrade offer. English is a global language that does not pertain to anyone anymore, but do not presume everybody is a Unitedstater. I would like to see some traffic stats of TPU, btw, to see if it is a global site or not. :)
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Easy Rhino
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another reason i wish i lived near a micro center! :cry:
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gdubc
This is sweet. I love being able to walk in and check out the floor models and decide what I really want.
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#4
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
by: Easy Rhino
another reason i wish i lived near a micro center! :cry:
No kidding although my folks do leave close to one so I could send my father :laugh:
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erocker
by: Easy Rhino
another reason i wish i lived near a micro center! :cry:
Me too. We're supposed to get one here, but it seems to be taking a long time for some reason or another.


by: erixx
Local news. At least it says what country it applies to, contrary to the other day and the Lenovo upgrade offer. English is a global language that does not pertain to anyone anymore, but do not presume everybody is a Unitedstater. I would like to see some traffic stats of TPU, btw, to see if it is a global site or not. :)
The gentleman who posted this news is not from the US. Not sure what your tirade is about but here's the info you want:
http://www.alexa.com/siteinfo/techpowerup.com#trafficstats
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Arctucas
by: Easy Rhino
another reason i wish i lived near a micro center! :cry:
Another reason I am glad I do!
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