Rectron to distribute Slovenian IT products

Edvard Kӧnig Water Blocks (EKWB)MTHULISI SIBANDA
JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) – INFORMATION and communications technology distribution company, Rectron, has announced that is has secured the distribution rights for Slovenian premium liquid cooling hardware manufacturer, Edvard Kӧnig Water Blocks (EKWB), for Southern Africa.

This is part of Rectron’s strategy to find products to complement its existing stable and enhance performance.

Celebrating its tenth anniversary this year, EKWB has established itself as a leading brand in the field of liquid cooling, providing overclocking enthusiasts and dedicated gamers with the best of what the market can offer. It’s not simply another water-cooling solution, but a whole new customisable solution to improve performance and give gaming users an extreme experience.

Commenting on winning the distribution rights for EKWB in Southern Africa, Product Director at Rectron, Matthew Hall, says: “Rectron is continuously looking for products that complement each other, especially in the gaming products category.

“This category in particular continues to push the performance boundaries of conventional hardware, and with that comes the need for customizability,” SAYS Hall.

Andrej Škraba, Marketing Manager at EKWB, is excited about the partnership with Rectron.

“With continuous research and design, EKWB always strives to bring extreme liquid cooling performance to customers all around the world – and Rectron has now been named as our only African reseller,” says Škraba.
– CAJ News

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