Tech Xtreamer 50% off or even FREE

Xtreamer 50% off or even FREE

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Just got this in from the guys at Tranquil:

SPECIAL OFFER – Order a SQA-5H-1000 or SQA-5H-2000 before end of September 2009 and get an Amazing Xtreamer Media Player, perfect for playing all of your Home Media from your SQA-5H Home Server on the big screen (even in HD) for 50% of the normal price – yes only £43.00! Even at £86 (+VAT) the Xtreamer is a bargain!

Please note only one player per Home Server can be ordered. Even includes a FREE 802.11N Wi-Fi option (normally £20.00)

Now, if 50% sounds a great offer, what about FREE – yes, if you order a SQA-5H-3000 model – you can claim a Xtreamer FREE of charge.

To learn more about the Xtreamer Media Player click here

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Andrew Edneyhttps://moviesgamesandtech.com
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