I've always felt that in times of real or perceived economic downturn, it is never a good idea to forgo things you need. I am not talking about luxury items you may want, such as the newest and biggest TV, but rather about what you need- items that can help you increase your productivity and help you turn a quicker profit. Sometimes companies and individuals take a pass on new technology products when the economy sours, but is it really wise?
You wouldn't revert back to dial-up Internet in this day and age because you know the loss in productivity and capability would cost far more than the small monthly savings you'd get. So why hold on to that prehistoric wireless adapter which only works 20 feet from your wireless router and at speeds that sometimes seem like dial-up?
This summer at Rokland we are doing a bunch of great new things, and chief among them are some new product launches designed to keep you moving right along in these potentially turbulent economic times. While we know you can't afford to lose your competitive edge, we also know you can't afford to pay a whole lot for new equipment. That is why we have developed some great products while making sure to keep the sale price in check. We've got three awesome new products right around the corner for Apple Macintosh computers. One of them is an 802.11n wireless USB adapter that is far below the price of the Apple Airport Extreme-N adapter.
We've also got a new Mac-only web site coming that will allow our Mac customers to easily compare products to decide what is best for them. And because we know you don't have a lot of time to devote to tech support, we are putting our entire knowledge base online in a wiki format so that users of a product can communicate both with us, and with other customers of the same or different products.
We'll have more on all of these things in June, be sure to check here on our blog, and of course our web site Rokland.com