View Full Version : 123inkcartridges.ca Branches Out to Include iPad Chargers

04-19-2012, 07:39 AM
Montreal, Quebec (PRWEB) April 18, 2012

In order to meet the increased demand of its customer base, 123inkcartridges just announced that it now carries various accessories including iPad chargers. The reason behind their recent expansion of product lines is to provide customers who use Apple products the same quality products as other computer users. CEO Jack Zhan assures customers that the latest additions to their product lines will still be available to customers “at the lowest price possible.” The company’s goal is to meet the need of the growing population who use iPad and related products. Accessories such as iPad chargers will be available through 123inkcartridges.ca.

Over the last few years more computer users have been intrigued by the technological advancements made by iPad makers. 123inkcartridges.ca intends to meet growing customer demand by offering access to accessories such as iPad chargers and cables that can enhance computer usage.

The Canadian based company is dedicated to helping computer users have the optimal experience from their computers and this includes making available various types of accessories through their online supply services. Customers can order items such as iPad chargers, cables and other products by visiting 123inkcartridges.ca. The company is making available a wide range of products that iPad users will find beneficial. Customer service is available to assist customers 2/7 and the company prides itself on making each online shopping experience a profitable and pleasant one.

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04-19-2012, 08:42 AM
I deal with them all the time - great company

They really need to consider a second name if they are ever going to be successful at iPad accessories.

Quick everyone, lets register all the 123 variations!!!!! :D

04-19-2012, 07:22 PM
On another note, it's kinda interesting how the iPad name has become the defacto term used to describe tablets by the general public.

I have a friend who works in the retail sector, and they are constantly being asked if they have any asus ipads, blackberry ipads, samsung ipads, etc.