The range includes products like surge protectors, cables, car chargers, and adapters that embody a vision for smart connectivity in electronic devices.
Secure Connection today announced the launch of the Honeywell Electronic Essentials product range in India. The range includes products like surge protectors, cables, car chargers, and adapters that embody a vision for smart connectivity in electronic devices.
Speaking at the launch, Mohit Anand, CEO, Secure Connection said, "We aspire to be the most trusted go-to brand for electronic essentials. We are excited to launch our new line of Honeywell Electronic Essentials, which will provide consumers a rich and seamless connected experience with their electronics."
"Today, four screens dominate people's digital lives- the smartphone, the television, the PC/laptop, and the tablet. Our range of products will help consumers derive a much more meaningful and deeper experience out of their core device or screen, regardless of whether they are home, at work, or on the go”, he added.
Vikas Chadha, President, Honeywell India, said, "Everybody wants better connectivity and operability for their gadgets on-the-go, so this launch will expand Honeywell's presence in the consumer market in India. We're excited about this licensing partnership because it will put a Honeywell Electronic Essentials product in every consumer's pocket."
Honeywell's strong industrial heritage gives it the unique ability to blend physical products and software to support connected systems that improve homes, buildings, factories, utilities, vehicles and aircraft, and that enable a safer, more comfortable and more productive world. The Honeywell Electronic Essentials range of products applies the company's connected technologies capability in the consumer electronics space as well.
The new product range comes with the quality assurance for which Honeywell is known and sets high standards in safety, cost effectiveness, and performance. All these products are offered with a three-year warranty, and an easy replacement policy. Starting at Rs. 339/-, the product range will be available for sale from September 22, 2016 onwards, throughout the country.
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