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Borders Offers $25 Gift Card for Pre-orders on Velocity Micro Cruz Tablet

Oct 26 2010, 9:50am CDT | by , in News | Hot Gadgets

Borders Offers $25 Gift Card for Pre-orders on Velocity Micro Cruz Tablet
 
 

Special eReader deals at Borders

Borders is one of the larger booksellers in the country and like the other major bookstores around the US, it has several digital readers it is offering for sale. The company has announced that if you pre-order the Velocity Micro Cruz Tablet for $299.99 it will give a $25 gift card to the buyer. The tablet runs Android and has a 7-inch color screen for multimedia and more.

Borders also has some other good deals going with the Micro Cruz Reader with WiFi going for $169.99, which is $30 off the normal price. It has a 7-inch screen and supports multimedia. The Kobo reader is on sale for $99.99 right now and the Aluratek Libre is at the same price until mid-November.

Borders is also giving five free eBooks to those that pre-order the Kobo Wireless eReader for $139.99. The catch is that the books are odd titles most won’t want to read. The books include "Slow Death by Rubber Duck" by Bruce Lourie and Rick Smith; "Soccernomics" by Stefan Szymanski; "Phantom of Pemberley" by Regina Jeffers; "Eye of the Raven: A Mystery of Colonial America" by Eliot Pattison; and "Wingnuts: How the Lunatic Fringe is Hijacking America" by John Avlon. All Sony products are also available at 20% during the sale


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