Easter Weekend gadget specials

What’s on offer this weekend?

March 28, 2013
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There are a number of great tech and gadget deals this weekend, from SA retailers Game, Makro, and Dion Wired.

TVs, hard drives and gaming products are featured, giving a wide variety of choice this Easter Weekend.

LG 42-inch FHD LED TV (Game) – R4,999

Game has an LG 42-inch FHD LED TV on special this weekend for R4,999.

The TV includes one HDMI input and 1 USB port.

The special is valid until 31 March 2013.

LG 42-inch FHD LED TV (Game)

LG 42-inch FHD LED TV (Game)

LG 47-inch FHD Slim LED TV (Makro) – R6,499

An LG 47-inch Full HD Slim LED TV is on special for R6,499 this weekend from Game.

The TV features 3 HMDI ports and 1 USB.

The special is valid 1 April 2013.

LG 47-inch FHD Slim LED TV (Makro)

LG 47-inch FHD Slim LED TV (Makro)

Seagate 1TB hard drive (Dion Wired) – R999.95

Dion Wired has a Seagate 1TB hard drive on special this weekend.

The 2.5-inch drive features USB 3.0 compatibility.

The special is valid until 9 April 2013.

Seagate 1TB Hard Drive (Dion Wired)

Seagate 1TB Hard Drive (Dion Wired)

Playstation 3 bundle (Makro) – R4,999

Makro has a huge PS3 bundle on offer this weekend.

The bundle includes a 500GB super-slim Playstation 3 console, two Dual-Shock 3 controllers, and 3 trilogy packs, which make up 9 games.

The trilogy packs include the Ratchet and Clank Trilogy, the Uncharted trilogy, and the Killzone trilogy.

The special is valid until 1 April 2013.

Playstation 3 bundle (Makro)

Playstation 3 bundle (Makro)

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