Exertis Micro-P will offer its retail partners a full range of wearable tech products from Samsung.
The extended range comes ahead of anticipate demand from consumers that is expected to see wearable device revenues surpass $6 billion in 2018, with wireless devices accounting for 50 per cent of that figure, according to ABI Research.
Exertis Micro-P anticipated the potential in the wearable tech boom last year. Since then, it has been distributing both the Samsung Galaxy Gear Smartwatch, as well as Jawbone’s UP24 fitness tracker.
Building on its existing range of products – from partners including Samsung, Sony and LG, plus other tier one brands – Exertis Micro-P will soon add the new activity-tracking Samsung Gear Fit, complemented by the Samsung Gear Neo range of colourful straps, to create a wearable attach opportunity for its customers.
The distributor will be presenting its wearable tech range at this year’s PCR Boot Camp.
The exhibition and conference event takes place on May 21st at The Brewery in London. It’s free to attend for retailers and resellers – register here to secure your place or view the full conference line-up here.