Middle East and Asia appeal to Wow

WOW Technologies is looking to the Middle East market for future business, as conditions in the Europe and United States continue to remain unstable.

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Middle East and Asia appeal to Wow Booming regions have tempted Wow.
By  ITP.net Staff Writer Published  October 12, 2011

WOW Technologies is looking to the Middle East market for future business, as conditions in the Europe and United States continue to remain unstable.

Ng Kim Chew, CFO, Wow Technologies explains, “We have plenty of experience in Europe and in the United States, we have never sold in the Middle East before. However, as the economic situation is quite unstable in those markets, we feel it’s high time we tap into booming sectors such as the Middle East and Asia. We’re here at the show looking for distributors and retailers as well as OEM/ODM customers.”

Wow is using its time at GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK to show off its new products and generate interest. There are four different categories of products that WOW Technologies has brought to Gitex; film (negative) scanners, accessories for the iPad and iPhone and an Android powered video phone.

Talking about the image scanner Chew explains, “The Wow negative scanners can spool negatives and scan each image separately, while converting them into digital format. These digital prints can then last forever and be shared with relatives and friends. Even printing the photographs can be done by the use of your home colour printer, without the need to go to a photo studio. This is quite an experience especially if these scanners are given as gifts from children to their parents. It’s almost as though all the beautiful captured memories of their life come alive again. A terrific example of this device is the Wow PS979 which has a 14-megapixel image resolution.”

With its range of Apple Accessories, Wow specialises in leather cases and envelopes for Apple’s iPad tablets. Some mentionable cases include the LC01, LC02, LC03 and LC04. The LK01 is said to have enough space to store a full QWERTY keyboard while the tablet can rotate, so you can view your tablet in portrait or landscape format.
As for the Android powered videophone, the VP10 works runs Google’s Android 2.1 operating system and boasts a 7-inch touch screen display with a 2-megapixel camera. The videophone features PSTN dialling, contact storage, a calendar, a music player, Internet radio and YouTube support.

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