You know how some philosophical folks say that great things always come in pairs? Well, as it turns out, sometimes that is indeed the case. Not content with handing its fans a free trip towards the promised Ivy Bridge land, Origin PC's kicking off its 2012 back-to-school promotion with a couple of solid-state goodies to help you save some time during your every-day computer activities. The deal is quite simple: shell out some cash on one of the outfit's qualifying machines and you've got yourself a gratis 128GB or 256GB SSD -- this, naturally, includes the EON11-S, EON15-S, EON17-S and that beastly GENESIS, just to mention a few. As Origin PC points out, the worldwide deal's limited to one per customer, can't be combined with any other offer and it'll run until there's no more supplies to give. If all that sounds good, then head over to the company's site to get in on it, as well as check out the full list of units involved in the BTS promo.
ORIGIN PC Announces a Back to School Promotion that will put you in The Fast Lane
July 9th, 2012, 9:00 am EST, Miami, FL - ORIGIN™ PC is kicking off the school year with a fantastic back to school promotion. For a limited time only, ORIGIN PC is giving away a FREE solid state hard drive of up to 256GB to customers who purchase an ORIGIN system. ORIGIN PC is always excited to offer great deals with the fastest technology just in time for the upcoming school year!
FREE SSD Back to School Promo Details (While Supplies Last)
Receive A Free 128GB SSD When You Purchase Any of The Following:
Receive A Free 256GB SSD When You Purchase Any of The Following:
"Back to school season means huge deals on great hardware and we couldn't be happier to offer students this hot deal just in time for the upcoming school year." says Kevin Wasielewski, CEO/Co-Founder of ORIGIN PC. "Students can now go back to school in the fast lane and take advantage of the blazing speed of an SSD with their new ORIGIN system."
For more information, please visit the ORIGIN PC Back to School Promotion Page
ORIGIN EON15-S (early 2012)