Thermaltake Sets Up its First Retail Store in Taiwan
Thermaltake, the well known Taiwan-based PC maker of PC DIY components has just opened its first retail store. Based in Taipei, Taiwan, Thermaltake says it's a partnership with Super A Electronic, the operator of the Studio A retail chain of Apple products in Taiwan, and Taiwan Tea Corporation (TTC).
Promoted under its own Tt eSports brand, the store will sell all the usual Thermaltake gear, as well as gaming keyboards, mice and headsets. "The Tt eSports retail store is on the first floor of an IT and consumer electronics mall opposite the Taipei Railway Station, with students being its target customers, Thermaltake pointed out." A second store is due to open in southern Taiwan, with a rollout of 30 stores planned over the next two years in various areas of Taiwan.
In addition to gaming peripherals, Thermaltake will launch Windows 8 gaming PCs equipped with in-house-produced water-cooling thermal modules after October 2012 as well as selling in-game items in locally operating online games, the company indicated.
Posted by | Mon, Sep 17, 2012 - 03:48 PM