Under a new agreement the UK arm of Tech Data will distribute 3Dconnexion’s range of 3D mice, which the company claims lets users interact with content intuitively, making it easier for engineers to work faster and more ergonomically.
Using the 3D mouse controller cap, users can simultaneously pan, zoom and rotate their 3D models or camera position while using the standard mouse or tablet to select, create and edit.
Paul Jacobs, General Manager of the PC Components business unit at Computer 2000 said the price points, which ranged from £99 to £299, meant that there was “plenty of margin opportunity”.
John Moseley, Director of Global Marketing for 3Dconnexion, said the partnership meant the company would be open to more opportunities as a result of gaining a greater visibility and access to the wider channel community.
The 3Dconnexion range is being managed by Computer 2000’s PC Components business unit. It includes the SpacePilot Pro, SpaceMouse Pro, SpaceNavigator and SpaceNavigator for Notebooks.