The Worlds First Modular Power Supply now in Australia!
- 22 October, 2004 08:31
<p>Stapylton, Queensland Australia and Fletcher, Ohio- Electronics Accessories Australia and Ultra Products jointly announce a strategic alliance for Australian distribution of Ultra Products, most notably the Ultra X-Connect 500 Watt Modular Power Supply.</p>
<p>Electronic Accessories Australia Director, John MacKellar, said “the unique X-Connect power supply is the first in the world to have a fully modular configuration – that delivers 500 Watts of Ultra-reliable energy and eliminates cable clutter.”</p>
<p>X-Connect’s molded cable core allows you to connect only the cables you need! Each cable is also UV reactive, made of the highest quality shielded material, and has undergone the most rigorous testing in the industry. Ultra’s modular cables are the finest in the world and offer the best conductivity, stability, reliability and durability.</p>
<p>Decked out in an attractive high-gloss finish, X-Connect boasts two hard-working, onboard 80mm cooling fans and has over-voltage and overheating protection to ensure safe, continuous operation. This ingenious, trend-setting power supply is now available in Australia at an incredibly low price.</p>
<p>With overwhelming reviews in America, Electronic Accessories Australia is extremely exited to make the new X-Connect power supply available for resellers nationwide.</p>
<p>Electronic Accessories Australia Pty Ltd
Phone: 07 3287 1888
Fax: 07 3287 1444
<p>Samples available for review in Australia.</p>
"...it delivers first class performance across the board matching, and even exceeding other big name branded PSU’s."
<p>Next Generation Electronics
"...really impressed with the quality and performance that Ultra Products have put into these units."
"The Ultra X-Connect is one of the nicest looking power supplies to pass through our labs. Just being "nice" doesn't cut it though, and showing that it isn't all fluff,..."
"Ultra really surprised us with their X-Connect power supply, as not only did the unit hit all the notes in terms of its modular design, but also provided serious hardware under the hood. "
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