Distribution Agreement Between CompuExpert and Mionix

Distribution Agreement Between CompuExpert and MionixThe division of Digital Interactive System Corp, CompuExpert, and the Swedish manufacturer of high-end professional gaming accessories, Mionix, announced an agreement between each other in order for CompuExpert to exclusively distribute the gaming accessory product line of Mionix in North America.

Managing Director of Mionix, Peter Nygren, said that CompuExpert has become a leading distribution company since its formation in the year 1991, and with their long standing goal to provide best-of-class distribution services to their clients, makes them the perfect business partner for Mionix.

CEO of Digital Interactive, Joseph Konowiecki, stated that they are thrilled to distribute the Mionix family of products and are delighted to bring to market the ergonomically designed Mionix Naos 5000 Laser Gaming Mouse.

CompuExpert is going to unveil the Mionix Line Up at the E3 2010 in the South Hall Booth #629.

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