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ACCESSORIES: Ora UK to release accessories for xda II and SPV E200 soon
Posted by Arne Hess - on Tuesday, 18.11.03 - 13:50:20 CET under 01 - General News - Viewed 7470x
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Good news reached me yesterday from Ora UK about it's accessories portfolio for the O2 xda II (same as the PPCW.Net i-Mate Phone Edition) and Orange SPV E200 (same as the PPCW.Net Smartphone2).

Ora - the UK's sole OEM accessories distributor for xda II, is set to launch the full range of accessories for the all new XDA II.

The new XDA II range includes the all new Sync Stations, Data Cables, Personal Handsfrees, Batteries, Cases and Pouches, as well as the addition of the VGA Backpack, Thumbpad, Audio Sync-Stations and many many more to come.

Also Ora is set to launch the full range of accessories for the all new Oragne SPV E200 over the next two weeks.

The new E200 range includes the all new Sync Stations, Data Cables, Personal Handsfrees, Batteries, Cases and Pouches, as well as the addition of USB In Car Sync Cables and Indoor Signal Enhancers.

Ora have just initiated the 2003/4 Orange SPV Developer Program and have secured full CD-based copies of the Smartphone SDK from Microsoft to create a complete package for those committed to developing both content and accessories for the platform. Ora envisage a superior program to last year's, building upon both previous exasperations and indeed the experience they have acquired over the past 14 years.

ORA was established in 1989, to supply mobile phone accessories via specialist retailers and distributors, to UK and European consumers. ORA has developed and expanded over the years, evolving a unique knowledge and expertise in providing accessories to the marketplace. ORA now provides a wide range of services to the industry as well as the high quality and extensive range of mobile phone accessories it is renowned for.

ORA has a strong partnership with manufacturing facilities in the Far East, allowing close monitoring of product development, tooling, specification, component sourcing and quality control, at each stage of manufacture.

Details will be up on the Ora website very soon.

Cheers ~ Arne

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