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Acer offers digital pleasure during Dubai's commercial carnival

Acer Computer has unveiled a number of special promotions for Dubai Shopping Festival as it attempts to spread a little "digital pleasure" across the region.

Acer has unveiled a number of special promotions for Dubai Shopping Festival, including special deals on its Aspire G600 personal computers, LCD monitors and Aspire notebook computers. Set to run for the entire month of the commercial carnival, the deals are part of what the vendor calls its “campaign to spread digital pleasure across the region.”

Unlike other promotions, Acer’s pleasure project will see the bundling of core products and accessories at attractive price. “We’ve designed these deals so that everybody has the opportunity to access the fresh technology that’s coming onto the market,” says Eugene Thomas, business development director at Acer Computer.

“Whether you’re looking for the most cutting edge technology, or you want a family computer at the right price, Acer will be able to offer you ‘digital pleasure’ in a package that suits your needs and your budge,” he adds.

Acer’s agents of desire during the festival will be Al Fattaim Computers, CompuMe, Emirates Computers, Jumbo Electronics and Redington.

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