Logitech these days presented its first TAA-compliant items – a key pad, two rats and a keyboard/mouse combination – for U.S. government organizations protected by the Business Legal agreements Act.
The Business Legal agreements Act of 1979 (TAA) needs government organizations to purchase items, such as pc add-ons, that are made in the Combined Declares or other specific nations.
Logitech, a world innovator in pc add-ons, is now conference the needs of government IT customers with four TAA-compliant items produced in Taiwan: The Logitech Keyboard K120-TAA, with a spill-resistant attached USB style, for $19.99; The Logitech Computer mouse B100-TAA, with high-definition visual monitoring and a attached USB plug, for $14.99;The Logitech Computer mouse B120-TAA, which contributes a attached PS/2 plug moreover to USB, for $19.99; and The Logitech Desktop computer MK120-TAA, a combination of the Logitech Keyboard K120-TAA and the Logitech Computer mouse B100-TAA, for $34.99.
"Federal IT customers and merchants who offer the government industry have been informing us for some time they want entry to high-quality TAA-compliant pc add-ons from a product name they believe in," said Vince Alvarado, manager of The B2B marketing and advertising at Logitech. "What's more, Logitech's deeply developing experience means we can easily and effectively complete even the greatest purchases for TAA-compliant items."
Pricing and Availability
Logitech's TAA-compliant items are required to be available in May 2012 at the costs detailed above from merchants who are dedicated to the business-to-business industry. The items will not be provided by technology suppliers. For more information, please check out www.logitech.com/business.