Emdees forays into Toshiba laptop market

By Roydon D’Souza, Team Mangalorean, Mangalore

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Mangalore March 8, 2010: ‘Emdees’ one of the leading IT solution providers in the DK region inaugurated their new retail outlet ‘Shop Toshiba’ at 5:00 PM on Monday March 8, 2010 at Bharath Building , Near Don Bosco Hall, Balmatta Road.

“Shop Toshiba is an exclusive Toshiba Notebook store which will give customers a Touch & Feel experience of Toshiba notebooks” says Mrs. Debbie, Proprietor of Emdees Computers and Networking.

The showroom was blessed and inaugurated by Rev. Fr. Denzil Lobo- Director of (AIMIT) Aloysius Institute of Management and Information Technology, Beeri. Mr. Robert D’Silva and Mrs. Lizzy D’Silva officially launched the showroom by lighting the traditional lamp.

Fr. Ronnie Prabhu, Fathima Retreat House; Fr. Melwyn Fernandes, Parish Priest of Ashok Nagar Parish; Fr. Melwyn Pinto SJ, Principal of St. Aloysius High School; Fr. Francis D’Almeida, Campus Minister of St. Aloysius College (Autonomous) and Fr. Clifford Sequira SJ were also present.

Mr. Leslie Locker, Proprietor of Emdees presented the first lucky customers, Mrs. Tracey and Mr. Gladwin with Toshiba Laptops and flowers as a token of gratitude. Mrs. Debbie Locker, Proprietor of Emdees delivered the vote of thanks.

Toshiba’s range of Notebook PCs bring in new advancements in the field of Mobile Computing particularly in the Notebook PC Genre with new designs that are appealing, slim, tireless with chrome details, high definition (HD) CSV screens, LED display, multi-touch control panel, power saving Eco-Utility, higher battery life, new patterns, 3D HDD protection, Fingerprint recognition & Face recognition using HD Auto macro integrated wide angle web-camera. Toshiba Notebook PCs are now available in all screen sizes from 10.1-inch to 16-inch including Tablet PC models.

This outlet will exhibit a wide range of Toshiba notebooks giving the customers an edge to choose their models according to their budget and needs. Besides this the store will also have a wide range of accessories, wireless products and peripherals from the leading brands like Canon, Microsoft, Targus etc.

Emdees, which started in1994 has grown to be a brand name in the region with their strong Business ethics and focus on customer satisfaction for the past 16 years. This has not only resulted in long time loyal customers, but also gained the confidence of suppliers for some of the best brands in IT. Their other outlet which operates from Bejai Kapikad  deals with the leading brands like Toshiba, Dell, Canon, Microsoft, Intel, Netgear, Ruckus wireless amongst others. One of the major business for Emdees has also been Networking – Campus area and Wi-Fi. .

Emdees has been marketing and providing services for Toshiba laptops for the past 5 years. Their team of dedicated and experienced Service Engineers attends to the technical needs of their customers for laptops, desktops and for wireless and networking. Emdees offers complete set of IT solutions under one roof.

Contact :

Emdees
Computers and Networking
S-7, Ramnik Arcade,
Bejai Kapikad Road,
Near IOC Petrol Pump,
Mangalore – 575004

Phone +91 824 4283435
Cell : +91 98453 06664
Email :  emdees@airtelmail.in
Website : www.emdees.in

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2 thoughts on “Emdees forays into Toshiba laptop market

  1. Congratulation Leslie Locker and Deborah Locker on this new venture of your! May God Bless you always and all ur endeavors!

    Nice reporting Roydon! Keep it up! Hope to see you so active in YFC too.:)

    God Bless:)

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