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Sony PSN ‘Welcome Back’ promotion extended for one more day

Posted in Sony by Conner Flynn on July 4th, 2011

Most of us have already collected those PSN freebies when the promotion launched last month, but if you have not, you have another day to download your pair of free PS3 and PSP games, 100 virtual items from PlayStation Home, and 30 days of PlayStation Plus.

After that, you will have to pay up for your copy of Dead Nation or LittleBigPlanet and the other extras vanish as well. It all goes offline at 9AM Pacific Time tomorrow. Better hurry.

Verizon BOGO Blackberry promotion is back

Posted in BlackBerry by Conner Flynn on August 14th, 2009

Verizon BOGO Blackberry promotion is backIf you are considering picking up a BlackBerry, why not get two while you are at it? Verizon is kicking off their “Buy One, Get One” promotion. Apparently the deal covers not only a second BlackBerry but a netbook, PC card, USB modem or MiFi.

As is usually the case, you’re getting the cheapest item free and it’s rebate-based, so you will have to pay for both devices and then wait with baited breath for your check to arrive in the mail. Apparently the promotion starts today and runs through until October 10th.

Smartfish Tru:Motion Wireless Mouse and Pro:Motion Game Controller

Posted in Games by Conner Flynn on June 11th, 2009

Smartfish Tru:Motion Wireless Mouse and Pro:Motion Game ControllerSmartfish has introduced its Tru:Motion Wireless Mouse and Pro:Motion Game Controller that offers up a new way to game on your computer. The Tru:Motion Wireless Mouse was designed in partnership with the Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) in New York and features a pivot-motion that is ergonomic and comfortable, because the user’s wrist remains in a fixed state. Ambidextrous folks and lefties will love it and it will come with optical tracking, scroll wheel, and an aluminum finish.

The SmartFish Pro:Motion Game Controller, this is said to be the first intelligent and healthy “injury avoidance” ergonomic controller that totally does away with the risk of RSI and carpel tunnel syndrome(Yeah sure).

Comcast offering Wiis to new subscribers

Posted in Comcast by Conner Flynn on July 22nd, 2008

Comcast offering Wiis to new subscribersFor those of you who haven’t jumped on the Wii bandwagon yet and don’t have Comcast, The Consumerist found out about a new deal in the works by Comcast where they will be giving away Wiis to new subscribers. The deal is apparently good from July 28 to August 17 in the Miami, SF, Houston, Denver, Chicago, Philly, Boston Detroit and other areas.

It’s a limited supply kind of thing so if you want a Wii and want to change over to Comcast, call them on July 28 and ask about it. We’ll probably begin seeing the ads soon. I can’t help but wonder though, if they will promise more Wiis then then have and start a fuss about some kind of Comcast/Wii shortage.

Circuity City HD-DVD refund program is official

Posted in News by Conner Flynn on March 7th, 2008

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You no longer have to skulk in dark corners and whisper the secret password in order to trade in your HD-DVD for Blu-Ray. According to the AP, the electronics retailer is officially launching the promotion. Circuit City will be accepting returns of HD DVD players within 90 days of purchase, with a proof of purchase receipt.

Customers can receive store credit or use it toward the price of a Blu-Ray player. Circuit City will definitely be scoring some customer goodwill points with this promotion. Great move. Now, all you HD-DVD buyers have to do is find someone to buy your movies.