Cubix Latin America Joins the Fitness Tracker Race with the Quo Sport Smartband

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Latin American Wholesale Tech Distributor on Top of the Fit Band Trend.

Cubix Latin America, international leaders in technology distribution, offers their answer to the popular fitness tracker bands. The Quo Sport Smartband is a wearable activity tracker, providing the user with personalized information about their fitness levels and sleep habits. The Smartband is able to track overall physical activity, calculate calorie expenditure, and monitor and graph quality of sleep. By syncing the Smartband with an iOS or Android device, it is interactive in monitoring the user’s daily goals and achievements. Cubix Latin America is proud to maintain their status as forerunners in trending technology, and with their competitive pricing, they are ahead of the game.

Fitness trackers have been gaining popularity in recent years, as people become more health-conscious and teck-savvy at the same time. This “lifelogging” movement has come a long way from fundamental pedometers, which only tracked the number of steps of the user. Many renditions of these fitness tracking devices are now available, granting users a sense of awareness and control of their overall health. The future is a population that is knowledgeable and up-to-speed on personal health and well being. Cubix Latin America in conjunction with Quo offers the Quo Sport Smartband as a means to measure progress and achieve goals in optimal health, through the intelligence and convenience of a wearable device. Whether the user wears the Smartband on their wrist or clips it to their clothing, valuable health information is readily available at all times.

About Cubix Latin America LLC: With a business development of over 20 years in the technology industry, Cubix has earned a unique prestige as the wholesale with the largest projection and growth in Latin America. Since its inception in Venezuela (1990), Cubix board of directors aimed to establish partnerships with the largest manufacturers in the IT market. That way the company offered to the market at the time, robust products internationally renowned. From this point of view, Cubix began ascending and positioned itself as the local leader in the wholesale segment. In 2003 the company began operations in the United States. During that same year Cubix compelled with the plan to consolidate its presence in Central America, opening its offices in Costa Rica, Dominican Republic and Guatemala.

This first stage of expansion laid the foundation to incorporate the Andean region to the network of subsidiaries, with Colombia in 2007, a country with large demands. Panamá subsequently joined in 2010 and early in 2011 Cubix was established in Perù, thus initiating its incursion in the Southern Cone region.This steady growth has turned Cubix into an organization of international scope, consisting of more than 300 professionals, experts in different disciplines, providing support to an estimated of 12,000 customers in the region. In Latin America, Cubix is nowadays synonymous with leadership in service and distribution of the latest technological advances of the most recognized brands in the market, such as: Acer, Adata, Alcatel, APC, AOC, ASUS, Asium, Benq, CA, Cisco, Dell, D -Link, Epson, Genius, Hewlett Packard, IBM, Kingston, Lenovo, Lexmark, LG, McAfee, Microsoft, Panasonic, PNY, Quo, Samsung, SanDisk, Sony, Targus, TPLINK, Toshiba and Tripp lite.

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