digiDirect is expanding its range of computer products through its partnership with Dell to sell its laptops, monitors and accessories to customers.  

In 2021, digiDirect added computers, mobile, gaming and streaming categories to its traditional cameras and imaging offering.  

“Our expert team of category and product managers have since been working on adding brands to our catalogue that will complete the workstation of the modern camera consumer, whether they are gamers, streamers, content creators, professionals, hobbyists or, of course, photographers and videographers,” digiDirect general manager, Haig Kayserian said. 

digiDirect computers and mobile department manager, Richard Coward is excited to be able to add Dell to a growing stable of brands, which includes Apple, Asus, Lenovo, Philips, Acer, Gigabyte, Mophie, Samsung, Oppo, AOC and MSI, among others. 

“Dell is a partnership we have been seeking since establishing the computers and mobile department, and finally being able to list their exemplary range of products will be a treat for our customers,” Coward said. 

“We have curated a significant range with our traditional customer in mind, and we are excited to see how they take advantage of the opportunity to pair their existing purchases from digiDirect with the best in Dell.” 

Among the Dell range currently available online are monitors and Latitude laptops for home and business use, the Precision workstation for the professional user, as well as Thunderbolt docks. 

The Dell range will soon become available in digiDirect’s seven stores around the country including Sydney City (NSW), Miranda (NSW), Bondi Junction (NSW), Parramatta (NSW), Melbourne (VIC), Cannington (WA) and Brisbane (QLD).