Marvo, one of the UK's fastest-growing gaming peripherals brands, has launched it's UK website along with its Marvo Official Reseller programme. The brand has grown significantly across the World in the last few years and has made a huge impact on the UK market through it's exclusive distributor, Target Components.
"Marvo is quickly growing to be one of my favourite brands. Not only do they continue to impress with the performance of their products, but it's more their prices that really open my eyes. I've tested keyboards from them that are £9-12 each, their more premium ones that were still only £30, and now, their latest flagship may be the most expensive Marvo peripheral I?ve ever seen? and it's only 45 quid! While that may sound like you?re getting a cut-down product, I'm struggling to see where on the features list. You still get a fully mechanical design, an aluminium alloy frame, dedicated macro keys, RGB backlighting with 18 different modes, a wrist rest, multimedia controls, and more!"
"What you do get for your investment is a feature-packed, fully mechanical gaming keyboard. You get great features like a Windows Lock Mode, N-Key Rollover, Anti-Ghosting, and a macro engine, allowing you really get the most of your gaming. It all works great, and the light and fast keys have a lovely tactile click to them that feels fast like an MX Red but clicky like the MX Blues. You get a lot of RGB options too, far more than I would expect on a more affordable model. Full per-key RGB lighting gives you a lot of customisation, and the build-in profiles provide you with easy access to a few great presets too. Some ambient side lights are a nice addition, too, just giving you a little more for your investment."
"I'm very impressed with what Marvo has to offer here. It?s lightyears ahead of their budget models, and clearly they're out to kick some ass in the market. If you need a mouse and that isn?t going to break the bank, I can?t think of anything that comes close. You get a lot of programmable buttons, some seriously good RGB, good quality switches, and it feels great in the hand, and the design looks really cool too."
Target Components has been appointed official distributor by NVIDIA graphics manufacturer, Inno3D. The distributor now stocks the Inno3D range of NVIDIA GeForce GPUs, including the new GeForce RTX 3000 series, which are available at Target from launch.
Target Components has updated its customer product feeds service with all-new features, including templates for e-commerce websites.
We?re in unprecedented times and we?re seeing the impact of the pandemic in all areas, including the availability and pricing of goods. We?re regularly asked our opinion about what?s happening with pricing and availability on products. One typical question is whether it?s a good time to stock up on products if prices are on the up. In the absence of our crystal ball, we can?t advise on what will happen in the future. But what we can do is share information we?re hearing from factories and manufacturers that ? hopefully ? gives some insight into what?s happening in the market at the moment.
2020 has been a year of adapting to exceptional situations. But our customers have adapted amazingly, changing how they operate their businesses to cope with a massive increase in demand, despite not being able to trade as 'normal' for a significant period. Based on our retailer customers' own experiences from the first lockdown, we've put together some suggestions on how to adapt to the new restrictions.
Target Components has redesigned and rebuilt it?s free-to-use Custom PC Builder for a mobile-friendly experience.
Target Components has reported more than 20% sales growth for the year ended March 2020. Accounts published at Companies House show turnover up £6.1m to £34.6m, beating last year?s record of £28.5m. Gross profit grew by 20.5% with pre-tax profits up £340k.
Staff at distributor Target Components have received a welcome boost to brighten the lockdown blues with the announcement of the company?s 2019-2020 profit share.
"The gaming headset really surprised me though, from the moment I powered it up, it really impressed me with its big sound. There's plenty of bass when you need it, loads of detail in the mids and crystal clear highs. The built-in controller is a very welcome addition too, allowing for quick changes to the EQ and a handy microphone mute button. A banging headset at a price you simply cannot argue with. Fantastic stuff!"
"The mechanical keyboard is really fantastic, with nice clicky blue switches, N-key rollover, a metal top plate, and some funky lighting. It?s great for working on, I mean, I'm writing this review on it and I've nothing to complain about. As for gaming, it's light, fast and responsive, just as you would expect from a mechanical keyboard."
"Honestly, I'm amazed by what Marvo has to offer once again. I still love their CM375 4-in-1 starter kit, that's crazy cheap for a starter PC setup. Plus, I loved their budget mechanical keyboard too, and now I can add their new gaming mouse to the list. It's affordable, stylish, and packed full of features, so you can?t really go wrong! The mouse is a solid all-round gaming and work mouse. For me playing Elder Scrolls Online and FTL at home, it's been absolutely fine, no issues at all. Working in Photoshop, it felt perfectly competent there too. The DPI adjustments work well and offer plenty of range. Plus, the BOSS switch and the thumb switch are great for giving you even more control while gaming and editing."
Target's piXL monitor range has extended with two new 28" 4K and 27"screensizes and updated 24" and 21.5" models, starting from under £55.
Target has introduced the first Marvo Scorpion PRO products to it's current range of Marvo gaming peripherals aimed at the gamer keen to upgrade their current setup with a range of high-performance gaming hardware at affordable prices
Target will be introducing three new piXL monitors over the Summer, including its first 4K model.
"It's more sensitive and picks up a lot more detail and range than your typical headset microphone. If you've ever tried to record a voice over with a gaming headset, you'll know that it typically sounds like trash. It'll sound like a phone call. The Marvo Mic-03 sounds a lot bigger and more open, because, well, it is! Plus, the inclusion of the pop filter allows you to set the distance and pronounce your ?P's? until you get less pop in the recording and it'll sound much more professional every time. This is a really good microphone and with the sturdy stand, the great looking microphone, all the extra filters they include, it's a quality product."
Target Components has launched a Ship To Shop delivery scheme in partnership with couriers DPD.
As the coronavirus continues to spread, it brings challenges of how we continue to do that and protect our staff and customers from potential impacts.
Target Components has launched a new range of Evo Labs peripherals, complete with all-new retail packaging and bigger margins for resellers.
We're delighted to announce this year's Target Open Day will take place on Friday 25th September at an all-new venue - the Pavilions of Harrogate, part of the Yorkshire Showground, home of the World-famous Great Yorkshire Show.
Target has launched a brand-new range of replacement mobile screens for iPhones, iPads & Samsung devices, allowing resellers to make bigger margins and offer services in the growing device repairs market.
Target has launched its Target Open Day website featuring highlights of the day and a range of resources available for Target customers to download.
Target has launched a brand new range of deskmounted arms and wall mounts for TVs and monitors under its own exclusive brand, Evo Labs.
Target launched exclusive gaming brand, Marvo, at this year's Target Open Day on 27th September.
Processor giant, AMD will be exhibiting at the Target Open Day for the very first time.
Team's latest range of gaming M.2 & ARGB SSDs & high-performance memory will be making its UK debut at this year's Open Day.
Target has announced its exhibitor lineup for this year's Open Day on 27th September, including no less than nine who have not exhibited before.
AMD's latest range of processors, the Ryzen (3rd Generation) 3000 Series, were launched after the NDA was lifted at 3pm on Sunday 7th July.
Professional entertainer and TV personality, Chrissy Bray, will be providing her own unique brand of evening entertainment at the 2019 Target Open Day on 27th September in Bradford.
Ubiquiti Networks has confirmed for this year's Target Open Day on 27th September at the Cedar Court Hotel in Bradford.
Cases, power supply and accessories brand, Aerocool, has confirmed it will be exhibiting at this year's Target Open Day
CCTV and security manufacturer, Uniview, has confirmed it will be exhibiting at this year's Target Open Day on 27th September at the Cedar Court Hotel in Bradford.
The event, the distributor's 11th, follows last year's event which also celebrated Target's 20th Anniversary. This year's event takes place on 27th September at the Cedar Court Hotel in Bradford.
Target Components has been appointed exclusive IT channel distributor by the World's third largest CCTV, security and surveillance manufacturer, Uniview.
Target Components has launched a combined reseller/ end-user competition whereby resellers can win £500 of Target account credit and end-users can win £1000.
HP has announced a number of its laptop models are being recalled due to issues with their batteries which have the potential to overheat, posing a fire and burn hazard to customers.
Target has just launched its brand new website with a raft of new features - many of which were suggested by the distributor's customers.
Designed for resellers to use themselves in creating external hard drives, or to sell as is, the enclosure range includes 3.5", 2.5" and a new M.2 form factor.
Three members of Target's staff have become qualified Ubiquiti Broadband Wireless and Ubiquiti Enterprise Wireless Administrators.
Target Components's free event, NewTech took place on Friday 25th January, comprising an exhibition, vendor presentations, a networking opportunity for resellers and, for the first time, auctions.
The distributor now stocks Ubiquiti?s range of enterprise wired and wireless networking solutions from the manufacturer?s UniFi, airMAX and EdgeMAX ranges.
Target MD, Paul Cubbage, discusses Target's upcoming NewTech event with channel news and reviews website, Tech for Techs.
The appointment means Target now stocks ECS's range of motherboards, barebones and small form factor PCs.
Target now stocks Linksys?s portfolio of retail boxed networking lines that includes routers, switches and access points, as well as the latest Mesh WiFi technology and open source routers, many of which were on display at Target?s 20th Anniversary Open Day.
Target Components will celebrate its 20th Anniversary with the return of the ShopTalk National IT Reseller Awards at its annual Open Day on 21st September.
Through the deal, Target now stocks Thermaltake?s portfolio of products that includes gaming chassis, power supplies and air and liquid coolers.
Target is now official UK distributor of AFox?s entire portfolio of retail boxed Nvidia graphics cards.