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Weekly Giveaway - A-DATA 64GB SSD and Tim Burton's NBC 8GB pen drive

Reminder! Who doesn't want an SSD?

| Contests & Giveaways News | Posted: Mar 28, 2010 8:25 am

Reminder! Just a couple days to go.


We have teamed up with A-DATA to giveaway one of its S592 64GB SSD drives and one Disney-themed Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas UFD T907 8GB USB pen drive.


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First prize will take home a S592 SSD SATA-II drive that uses MLC flash memory with a 64GB capacity. It offers sequential reads up to 230MB/s and sequential writes up to 150MB/s. Looking to provide an instant boost to your PC's performance? This would make a perfect boot drive for speeding things up and you have a chance to win one.


Next up is the Disney-themed Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas UFD T907 8GB USB pen drive that will go to the second place prize winner. A-DATA is known for these funky Disney branded pen drives and I reckon the T907 is pretty damn funky, I'd like one myself too!


Head on over to our forum giveaway page to find out how to win it! For this weekly prize, anyone in the world can enter! You don't pay the shipping charges.


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