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By | John Oates 18th January 2006 15:10

Northamber gets case maker

Should mean more retail for ENlight

ENlight UK has done a deal with Northamber to distribute its PC cases aimed at gamers.

Northamber said ENlight's focus on marketing was part of the reason for the deal happening now. The company said ENlight cases were "well thought out, thoroughly researched and meet the demands of today's demanding consumers."

ENlight, a subsidiary of Taiwan's ENlight Corp, said since launching its gamer and media center PC cases it has had many requests for review copies, which it hoped to turn into actual sales.®

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