Polaroid Computing and America's Umax Computer have signed a distribution agreement in Australia and New Zealand for the SuperMac product range.
Kim Cleworth, divisional manager for Polaroid Computing, said a large number of Australian resellers have already applied for accreditation to sell the SuperMac range.
"We are delighted at the amount of interest from resellers who see the advantage of a range of systems - covering SOHO, office productivity, high-end graphics and workstations - which complement Apple's product offerings," said Cleworth.
Andy Chang, Umax's senior vice-president of worldwide sales, said in Sydney yesterday that the strategic goal of Umax is to expand the market for platforms running the Mac OS by offering systems at the high end that will deliver Unix workstation-class performance and systems at the low end that will provide price-parity with Intel-based PCs.
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