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Altec Lansing speakers are spearheading distributor GIC's assault on this year's show. A wide variety of models are on display from stereo speakers designed for the typical PC user to surround sound models for the dedicated gamer.

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By  Simon Duddy Published  October 22, 2003

Altec Lansing speakers are spearheading distributor GIC's assault on this year's show. A wide variety of models are on display from stereo speakers designed for the typical PC user to surround sound models for the dedicated gamer.

The eye catching slim VS4121 looks set to be the cream of the crop. These thin speakers are designed for use with desktop PCs and will appeal to home and business users where space is at a premium. The speakers feature a long-throw woofer, which is designed to bring out the thumps and bumps that make listening to music, watching movies and playing games more intense.

Altec Lansing is a respected name in the speaker and audio markets, both in making own-brand products and in OEM work for leading names in IT. It has both consumer and professional lines, with speaker systems, including surround sound models and headsets predominating in the consumer arena and ceiling speakers unobtrusively providing noise in the professional area.

Graphic International Centre (GIC) is a well-established distributor that has been operating since 1982. It distributes such varied brands such as Rex-Rotary digital copiers, Micron PCs and servers, as well as Altec's range of speakers. GIC claims not to simply move boxes but also go a step beyond. GIC offers customers individual or complete solutions based on understanding their exact requirements. 118

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