Spot the Difference with Just Acer
We are giving you the chance to win a fantastic gaming prize from Just Acer worth over £1000!
The prize includes:
Acer Predator XB271HUA WQHD 27" 144Hz Gaming Monitor - Black
WQHD - 2x more pixels than Full HD, superb detail, rapid 1 millisecond response time for smooth visuals, HDMI & DisplayPort sockets to connect external devices, synchronized refresh rates eliminate screen tearing, built-in stereo speakers for high quality sound
Acer Predator PO3-600 Gaming Tower - Black / Blue
Dedicated GeForce® RTX 2060 6GB graphics, 9th gen Intel® Core™ i5-9400 hexa core processor, 16GB of DDR4 RAM - run the most demanding software, 2TB hard drive with a 256GB SSD, specially designed mesh side panels for better airflow
AND a mouse pad and headset!
For your chance to win, simply look at the images below of the prize and spot the difference.
Enter your details by 11.59pm on Sunday 8th December and you could be selected at random as our winner!
Can you spot the difference?
Who are Just Acer?
Based in a beautiful location in the South West, ‘Just Acer’, deliver superior refurbished Acer products at a reduced fee to a consumer/business based market.
Just Acer are also a genuine supplier of hardware and cosmetic components for all Acer products. Maybe your machine has a damaged screen, or maybe you are looking to increase the storage capacity by upgrading the HDD? Should this be the case, why not give our team a call for a no obligation quotation.
Check out our website www.justacer.co.uk for all our current offers on factory refurbished Acer units.
For all spare part, accessories or repairs on any out of warranty units give us a call on 0330 058 1711 or email - Justacerparts.uk@Acer.com
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