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Ingram Micro to distribute the ChugPlug and more from Lenmar

Ingram Micro to distribute the ChugPlug and more from Lenmar

Signs a new agreement with emerging technology specialists, SeeChange Distribution, to distribute more than 1300 Lenmar power prdoucts

Leading distributor, Ingram Micro Australia, has signed a new agreement with emerging technology specialists, SeeChange Distribution, to distribute the range of multi-award winning products from US power manufacturer, Lenmar.

Ingram Micro will bring to the channel more than 1300 power products manufactured by Lenmar. The launch range includes mobile power products such as iPhone and Samsung Galaxy battery cases, laptop and MacBook portable batteries and a selection of innovative cables. One product is the multiple award winning, ChugPlug, an external battery solution for the MacBook Air and the 13-inch MacBook Pro. MacBook users have been looking for a portable power solution for years and at last Lenmar has delivered them a solution.

The ChugPlug with its classically Apple design, seamlessly connects to the existing MacBook power cables to provide users with up to four extra hours of power on-the-go, anywhere.

Lenmar had also created the Mutant. This 20,800mAh portable battery pack comes with four USB ports and up to 2.4A output (2.4A is the optimal amperage for the latest iPads and top end smartphones).

SeeChange managing director, Joe Caccioppoli, said Lenmar will fill a gap in the market for a quality range of "cool" mobile power products at an affordable price.

“We are a generation that is constantly on-the-go, with little time to slow down and recharge, so many Australians are looking for innovative products that can keep up with them and power their busy lifestyles,” Caccioppoli said.

Ingram Micro senior director, volume tTechnology, Julian Phua,said there is definitely a need to be more accessible, more of the time.

“Within our current environment there is a constant demand to make sure there is no downtime. Lenmar has a number of power products that will cover the breadth of the market,” Phua said.

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