KUALA LUMPUR, FEBRUARY 23, 2011 - eTech for the iPad is the industry's first electronics magazine for the Apple platform, according to electronics and maintenance products distributor RS Components (RS).
"With more and more information sources available to design engineers, it is imperative that RS provides them with news and views in the format that they find both informative and engaging," said RS Components Asia Pacific Head of Electronics Marketing, Lim Cheng Mong. "eTech for iPad is an industry first and has been developed to go way beyond the basic page-turner digital magazine, taking full advantage of the device's off-line viewing capabilities."
"Written specifically for design engineers, technical managers and technicians working in the field of Electronics, eTech (www.rs-components.com/etech) is an online and printed publication distributed globally from November 2009," said Lim. "RS works with electronics design engineers and experts to provide information on new technologies for a wide variety of applications."
"We are developing the most innovative ways to engage our customers," said RS Head of Online Innovation, Martijn Duchatteau. "By providing information in a dynamic and interactive way, we offer our customers choice; they can choose how much information to access and the format that it's delivered in. Innovation is key to our success and eTech for iPad is yet another example of how we are committed to staying at the forefront of technology."
"eTech for iPad, which is free of charge and available for download from the Apple store, provides a new interactive way to display product and technology information," added RS' Lim.
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