Based in Inverness, Illinois, VisionTek Products is a subsidiary of Hartford Computer Group Inc. and a leading provider of PC enhancement products designed for the retailer and consumer markets. Powered by ATI Radeon technology, its high-performance products appeal to enthusiasts and supported by outstanding customer service and the most extensive warranty in the industry. VisionTek’s products can be found at BestBuy, Fry’s Electronics, MicroCenter and several major online retailers throughout North America, Asia and Europe.
VisionTek was founded in 1998. Since then, it has been setting the standard for excellence in the graphics card market. Its graphics cards have included the Xtreme Gamer Edition series as well as the award-winning XTASY card line. The company specializes in much more than VisionTek graphics cards. Other products include TV tuner cards, power supplies, gaming mice, graphics converters, memory sticks and the popular ATI All-in-Wonder Video and Graphics card, the ultimate digital entertainment solution.
In 2002, VisionTek shifted its focus from the local sector to a global strategy that helped it become established in both the Asian and European markets. To say the move was a success would be an understatement. From dealings with NVIDIA to an exclusive partnership with ATI, VisionTek has quickly become one of the most dominant companies in the graphics card business. In fact, it became the leading supplier of PC/TV tuners, graphics solutions and PC accessories in 2008, topping out all other companies who supply ATI-based graphics boards.
Conventional wisdom leads one to believe that VisionTek will be a major player for some time to come. A 70,000 square foot production facility, highly skilled R&D teams and an industry-leading lifetime money back guarantee has enabled to remain ahead of the competition. The company has many new innovations in the works and hints that the best is still yet to come.
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