Acer TravelMate 8481 Review

Acer TravelMate 8481 Review

[dropcap style=”1″]I[/dropcap]f you’re like me and don’t like throwing away technology, trade-in your old computers at the next PC Fair! The No. 1 PC vendor in Malaysia1, Acer  is offering a trade-in promo for any old computer to gain a rebate of RM200 for any featured Acer product or selected desktop PCs with Windows® 7. Now, that’s not all. You’ll also be helping the underprivileged as the computers will be refurbished and put to good use.


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Your old machine can be in any brands, working or non-working condition, but all main components including motherboard, HDD, processor, RAM, battery pack power adapter, etc must be present; Acer reserved the right to reject any products that are deemed incomplete.

So if you’ve got an old unused desktop lying around and it’s time for an upgrade, visit Acer at the following locations:
Acer Trade-in Promo Locations

For more information, please visit www.facebook.com/AcerMalaysia or contact their hotline at 1800-88-1288 for more information.

1Source: Gartner and IDC Report 2010

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  • Rebecca

    200.. -_-
    ok la.. i got my old compaq..which still worth more. Wll hold on to it 😛

    • Vernon Chan

      HAHAHAAH, yeah. Definitely worth more than RM200! 

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