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Digitallife New York: 50% Off for Technabob Readers

by Paul Strauss
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The folks over at the upcoming DigitalLife show in New York have been kind enough to extend a substantial 50% discount off admission for the loyal readers of Technabob. Read on to see how to grab your tickets at this special price.

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DigitalLife showcases the latest in consumer electronics, video games and home entertainment, and is one of a rare breed of shows that’s actually open to the public. Over 150 companies including Dell, Gateway, iRobot, Microsoft and Toshiba will be showing off their latest technologies.

Expect to see everything from HDTVs to mobile devices, media players, video games, movies, digital cameras and more. There’s even a huge video game tournament called the DigitalLife Pro-Am Gaming Tour, which is offering $100,000 in prizes.

The show runs from September 27th through 30th at the Javits Center in New York City. To claim your 50% discount, visit the registration page, and enter code TBOB.

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