Atlona Technologies' products to be sold in Fry's retail locations throughout the US.

Atlona signs agreement with Fry's Electronics to vend their consumer products throughout their US retail locations, starting with the HDPiX.

Atlona Technologies announces today that its products will be sold through Fry's Electronics stores. The audio video accessory company has been making major advances into retail markets throughout the US economic downturn in the hopes to gain market share. Atlona's initial agreement will cover Converter products such as the universal USB to HDMI converter, HDPiX, as well as the VGA to HDMI converter, HD500. Atlona Technologies hopes to gain brand awareness through this agreement with one of the largest electronics retail stores in the country. While the majority of Atlona's products are designed for the custom installer market, they are in the process of designing more consumer accessible products for retail markets. Atlona will continue its efforts to reach consumers where they shop, through retail agreements such as these.


Atlona Technologies is a registered trademark of Lenexpo Inc. in the United States and/or other countries. The names of actual companies and products mentioned herein may be the trademarks of their respective owners.


For more information, press only:
Joshua Carlson, (408) 954 -8782 ext 123, JCarlson@atlona.com

For more information, sales only:
Gilbert Serrano (408) 954 -8782 ext 114, GSerrano@atlona.com

For more information on Atlona Products:
http://www.atlona.com

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