Win an Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II
This is your chance to win this latest technology valued at £649.
The Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II Compact System Camera - the latest addition to the OLYMPUS OM-D line-up.
Beautifully built, classic design with ergonomically well laid-out controls andits up to date with the latest technologies for the finest images and movies, featuring 5-axis Image Stabilisation, Wi-Fi connectivity, Electronic Viewfinder and a huge range of seperb lenses.
The Technology Park
tel:- 0208 200 8282
web address:- www.unlimited.com
Photographic and Computer equipment distributor
Computers Unlimited is an independent European distributor, headquartered in London with subsidiary offices in Paris, France and Barcelona Spain. We source computer software and hardware products worldwide and supply more than 2,500 resellers throughout the UK & Europe. Well-known for our focus on the Professional Creative, iPod, Apple & Home Entertainment markets, many of our vendor partners products also appeal to a broad range of customers including those seeking general business solutions.
Established in 1985, Computers Unlimited (legal name Janson Computers PLC) has grown from a start-up company to become one of the largest specialist IT distributors in the UK, with an annual group turnover of £80m. We have carefully built a 'best of breed' range of software and hardware, sourced from more than 80 leading manufacturers and publishers including market leaders such as; Adobe, Apple, Microsoft, Epson, Quark, Wacom and Sonos. Although we do not sell directly to the public, we make our products available via a channel of value added resellers, mail order partners and high street retailers, both large and small.
With the combination of significant buying power, sophisticated IT systems, strong product range and a great team of people, we provide the reseller channel with excellent service, competitive prices and extensive stock availability.
However we believe that a distributor should offer even more than this. That's why we break down our model into two distinct elements: