Logitech, one of the biggest names in computer hardware and peripherals, has teamed up with the UK’s leading online computer and technology retailer, dabs.com, to provide an amazing prize bundle for racing fans that will literally put the player in the driving seat of many popular racing sim games.
The prize on offer to customers at dabs.com is a custom-built gaming rig from Visionracer that simulates being inside a racing car. This incredible piece of kit will be able to truly immerse the competition winner in driving games due out this Christmas, such as the hotly anticipated Gran Turismo 5 and Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit, providing an experience that cannot be achieved by simply holding a gaming controller.
As well as the Visionracer VR3 racing rig, dabs.com is providing a wealth of other gaming kit to complete the racing simulator experience including:
• A 23” LG HDTV (mountable to the Visionracer VR3’s LCD Stand)
• A 160GB PS3 Console
• Logitech’s latest Z623 2.1 surround sound speakers
• Logitech Driving Force GT steering wheel and pedals
In all, the package is worth well over £2,000 and could be the ideal early Christmas present for any petrol heads or gaming fanatics.
In order to enter this amazing competition all customers need to do is purchase any Logitech product over the value of £29.99 before December 15, 2010. They will then be entered into the prize draw and in with a chance of winning the big prize.
Helen Slinger, consumer director at dabs.com, said: “We already knew Logitech products were a big hit with customers, having won in the Best Manufacturer of PC and Audio Accessories category at our own Dabs Diamond Awards held recently.
“Anyone who buys Logitech products in the run up to Christmas, whether for a friend, a relative or for themselves, is in with a chance of winning this amazing racing simulator.”
As well as selling many gaming accessories for PCs and video games consoles, dabs.com also stocks a wide range of other Logitech products, such as network audio players, speaker systems, keyboards and mice.