Anyware announces partnership with iWalk Mobile Power Accessories

Macworld Australia Staff
4 July, 2011
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Press Release

Melbourne, Australia, June 29th 2011 - Anyware Computer Accessories, the No. 1 specialist distributor for computer accessories in Australia, is proud to announce an exclusive new partnership with iWalk Mobile Power Accessories.

iWalk are a mobile accessories manufacturer based in China with a goal of developing innovative, high quality, reliable products that suit users from all walks of life.
The products from iWalk focus on form, function and conceptual design that provides features for mobile and roaming computer users in all environments. Anyware expects to carry stock of a wide range from August 1st, 2011.

Cameron Anstee, Anyware’s Marketing Manager comments on the partnership with iWalk:

“Anyware is very excited at bringing the iWalk range into the Australian market. We see iWalk as a great partner for Anyware that shares a lot of common values, goals and aspirations.

The range is comprehensive and very well presented, and complements our existing power and mobile products very nicely.

Mobile computing has become a huge part of everyday life, and together with iWalk, Anyware is ready to help Australian users powering on. ”

About iWalk Mobile Power Accessories

iWalk is a manufacturer of mobile power accessories, founded in 2010. Their goal is to develop high quality products that provide reliable power, in a stylish form factor.
With a strong design philosophy of harmony between design, functionality and reliability, iWalk’s objective is to service the ever growing need for power in mobile computing. For more information, visit

About Anyware

Anyware Computer Accessories is the leading Importer and Distributor of computer accessories in Australia and New Zealand. Since its inception in 1996, Anyware has developed six offices and warehouses in both Australia and New Zealand supported by a team of over 70 employees.

15 years of distribution experience has allowed Anyware to distinguish itself from our competitors by focusing on the introduction of an endless array of high-tech peripherals that enhance the computing experience for PC, MAC, notebook and mobile users.

Anyware’s passion for technology and its strive for continuous improvement in the delivery of products and services is what makes the organisation stand apart from its competitors. Anyware has the ability to source the latest computer peripherals from international vendors, and deliver a product offering to the Australian & NZ markets that is unsurpassable. This is done by identifying emerging technologies, providing quality products and delivering a national distribution network with a support infrastructure of both internal and outbound sales teams, marketing & technical proficiency.

Anyware’s priority is the forming of strategic alliances with its independent resellers and Tier 1 mass-merchants. Anyware also prides itself on its close working relationship with its vendors and suppliers.

For more information please visit our website at or use the contact details below.

Cameron Anstee
National Marketing Manager
m:    0411 275 038
p:    +61 3 9763 8200
f:    +61 3 9763 8400

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