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Linx Technologies Press Release - January 11, 2010

Linx Technologies - Durable Skin Protects OEM Transmitters

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Linx Technologies - Durable Skin Protects OEM TransmittersMerlin, OR, USA – January 11, 2010 – Minimize the risk of damage and give your OEM transmitter a distinctive product look. These durable, rubberized skins provide enhanced protection from scratches, bumps, and minor falls for any Linx OEM compact or long-range handheld transmitter. The rugged skin is a perfect way to protect transmitters in challenging consumer and industrial environments. An included belt clip accommodates the extra thickness of the skin while also providing an attachment point for the optional leash. The 8.5 inch leash is fitted with a carabineer at one end and a cell phone-type loop at the other. This allows for convenient carrying alternatives or attachment to fixed equipment. The skin and belt clip are immediately available and may be ordered as a factory installed option or separately as an easily installed kit. Custom colors are available for high volume orders.


About Linx Technologies
Incorporated in April 1997, Linx Technologies quickly became a leading provider within the wireless industry of cost effective, easily applied, and highly versatile radio frequency (RF) products. Today, Linx applies its capacity to simplify electronics to a range of products and technologies including: low-cost wireless voice, data and GPS modules, interface modules, OEM RF products, and encoder/decoder ICs. Through its Antenna Factor and Connector City divisions, Linx also offers a wide range of standard and custom antennas, connectors, and cable assemblies.

Further information regarding this Press Release may be obtained by calling or visiting the company's
respective websites at:

Linx Technologies
159 Ort Lane
Merlin, OR  97532
www.linxtechnologies.com       (800) 736-6677
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Posted 1/11/2010
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