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By | John Oates 10th May 2005 13:02

VGASTORE opens doors

Video editing for the masses

A British veteran of the graphics card industry has jumped into the reseller market with his own online store to flog gaming and video editing kit.

Richard Clark, who has served time at 3DSL, Nvidia, Advanc3d and ATI, calls his business VGASTORE.

“I’m offering great prices and good after sales service - we’re getting the forums up and running now," he told The Reg.

He believes the market is changing as more general PC users get interested in editing and improving home videos on their computers. "We're seeing more general interest from consumers rather than the full-on overclocking nutters. More people are getting interested in video editing.&#8221

Clark was pleasantly surprised by sales of 60 to 70 items in the vgastore.com's first week. He hopes to add remote controls for media PCs to the site soon. ®

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