Tuesday, May 6th 2014

Origin PC Gives Away EVGA Note 7 with Every Gaming PC for Battlefeed

ORIGIN PC announced today an exclusive promotion on their award-winning line of GENESIS, MILLENNIUM, CHRONOS desktops and EON laptops. Customers who purchase any ORIGIN PC gaming desktop or laptop starting today will receive a free digital copy of the highly anticipated PC title, Watch Dogs and a free EVGA Tegra NOTE 7 tablet. The EVGA Tegra NOTE 7 tablet is the perfect traveling companion - combining a lightning-fast NVIDIA Tegra 4 mobile processor, a brilliant 7-inch HD display in a sleek, comfortable design and up to 32GB of expandable storage. Play the latest games at full speed, capture stunning photos, watch HD video for up to ten hours and listen to your favorite music with NVIDIA PureAudio. It's mobile freedom at the speed of life and free of charge only from ORIGIN PC. Users can download the free Watch Dogs ctOS Mobile Companion application through the Google Play Store with their new EVGA Tegra NOTE 7 tablet to play with a friend!

"The first time we were introduced to Watch Dog's ctOS Mobile Companion application, we immediately thought that every user should experience this on an ORIGIN PC and with a friend who's on an EVGA Tegra Note Tablet." said Kevin Wasielewski ORIGIN PC CEO and cofounder. "We're all huge gamers at ORIGIN PC and Watch Dogs is one of those highly anticipated games that you definitely must play with a friend. Now whether they own an ORIGIN PC or not, you can still play competitively online with your friends using the new EVGA Tegra Note 7 tablet that comes free with your ORIGIN PC!"
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3 Comments on Origin PC Gives Away EVGA Note 7 with Every Gaming PC for Battlefeed

#1
Easy Rhino
Linux Advocate
That's not a bad deal if you are looking for a pre built...
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NationsAnarchy
Origin is one stand-out boutique PC makers that I really like a lot. Hope I can purchase something from them in future
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Lopez0101
So much for the idea behind Origin ditching AMD because of "too many customer complaints".
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