Thursday, March 26th 2015

SPEEDLINK Now Available in North America

Jöllenbeck GmbH is continuing to expand. Selected SPEEDLINK products are now available in North America through the wholly-owned subsidiary SPEEDLINK USA, INC. The products are available from Amazon and the electronics retail chain Fry's, among others. Owner-run Jöllenbeck GmbH from North Germany continues its growth course with its own brand SPEEDLINK in 2015. The peripheral manufacturer, who is already exporting to more than 40 countries worldwide, will also be available in North America from now on. In April, the first gaming products will be available from Amazon and in the electronics retail chain Fry's. These include the well-known MEDUSA gaming headset in different versions and the innovative gaming mouse KUDOS Z-9, which is equipped with a free app for smartphones and tablets. North America is a very attractive market for us which offers great potential in the area of PC gaming. I am convinced that we can also excite the Americans for SPEEDLINK with our innovative products", says Tim Joellenbeck, president of SPEEDLINK USA, INC.
The customers overseas will be assisted by a specially created sales team headquartered in California. In the coming months, the market will be successively expanded and the product portfolio extended. "With the MEDUSA headsets and the gaming mouses KUDOS Z-9 and DECUS, we are offering products in America which are already very successful in Europe. I am sure that we can convince them here too. The gaming market is growing very quickly here", says Mike McCoy, Business Development at SPEEDLINK USA, INC., explaining the company's reasons for concentrating on gaming accessories.

The SPEEDLINK brand has already existed since 1996 and produces hardware for the areas of Office, Sound and Mobility in addition to innovative gaming accessories. Currently there are more than 400 active products for sale.
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6 Comments on SPEEDLINK Now Available in North America

#1
Folterknecht
"These include the well-known MEDUSA gaming headset ..."

You mean the notorious pile of cheap plastic shit, which "always" breaks right above the joint for the ear cups.
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#2
NTM2003
so this aint worth buying?
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#3
Digital Dreams
Yay for more plasticky gaymer crap. Also lol@all the windows compatibility logos plastered on the keyboard box, surprised they didn't toss windows ME and '95 on there for good measure.
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#4
Folterknecht
NTM2003, post: 3260688, member: 154604"
so this aint worth buying?
[IMG]http://diy-community.de/attachment.php?attachmentid=87685&stc=1&thumb=1&d=1284756851[/IMG]

just google "medusa gebrochen"


Had the same problem myself with a piece I bought cheap on eBay within a year. Afterward I looked it up on google and found out why it was such a good price.
I did use it carefully - not dropping, throwing it around, stomping on it or something similar.
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#5
NTM2003
i was mostly looking at the keyboard, it looks cool but prob cheap and brakes easy
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#6
OneMoar
There is Always Moar
never heard of speedlink and most likely never will again
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