Acer Day roadshow at Mid Valley set to thrill gadget fans


Models showing the three special laptops unveiled at the launch of Acer Day "Play Music Together" campaign in Mid Valley Megamall, Kuala Lumpur. (From left) Acer Swift 7, Predator Helios 300 Special Edition and the Acer Switch 7 Black Edition.

THE Acer Day “Play Music Together” campaign roadshow currently happening at Centre Court, Mid Valley Megamall, Kuala Lumpur will see exciting activities like flash promos, gifts and prizes to be won. 

Back for the second year, the much-anticipated event is set to thrill Acer fans, gadget enthusiasts as well as the public. 

A Flash Promo will take place tomorrow and Aug 5, from 10am to 12pm, where shoppers can purchase selected products at promotional prices. 

This includes the Predator roll top junior backpack, TrueHarmony earphones, Iconia One 7 tablet B1-790 and monitors. 

Purchases are limited to only one unit per person. 

At the same time, customers who purchase selected Acer products stand to receive attractive free gifts; terms and conditions apply and while stocks last. 

Acer has also unveiled its three special models: Predator Helios 300 Special Edition, Acer Swift 7 and the Acer Switch 7 Black Edition that will be displayed at the roadshow. 

The Acer Day “Play Music Together” roadshow is taking place from 10am to 10pm at Centre Court, Mid Valley Megamall and will end on Sunday. 

For details visit https://www.acer-day.com/my 

 

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