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Win Fuel and Inverters Daily With ASUS and Intel in South Africa

With loadshedding showing no signs of slowing down, ASUS South Africa is partnering with Intel to give away fuel vouchers and inverters daily. The campaign is currently ongoing and will run until 20 November 2022. You simply have to purchase an Intel-powered laptop in order to stand a chance to win.

In total, ASUS and Intel are giving away 42 fuel vouchers each valued at R1,000 as well as 42 RCT T-1000s Megapower Trolley inverters. At the end of every week, five winners will be chosen. To enter, you would need to purchase an ASUS laptop fitted with an Intel processor after 26 September 2022. Thereafter, you will have to send a picture of yourself with your purchased notebook to ASUS via Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp (at 071 357 3160) or email [email protected].

ASUS provided more information on the RCT T-1000s Megapower Trolley inverter:

“The RCT T-1000s Megapower Trolley is a pure sinewave inverter with a capacity of 1,000W and includes a 12V battery on-board. A solar unit also allows the ability to charge up the batteries using the power of the sun. In terms of output – it’s fitted with 2x USB Type-A ports and 2x 12V DC plug ports. In more simple terms, these inverters will easily power a phone charger, LED lamp, WiFi router, tablet charger, laptop charger and an LED monitor for four hours on a full charge.”

ASUS South Africa Intel Win Fuel Inverters

“Entering to win is simple,” reiterated ASUS in the press release. “Buy any Intel-powered ASUS notebook and submit a picture of it (with yourself in the picture) to one of the ASUS South Africa channels. The campaign runs from 26 September to 20 November 2022.” Visit Intel’s website for more details.

Given the current state of loadshedding in South Africa with rolling blackouts seemingly happening at a moment’s notice, having an inverter and fuel on hand would certainly alleviate some of those troubles.

Editor-in-Chief of Nexus Hub, writer at GLITCHED. Former writer at The Gaming Report and All Otaku Online. RPG addict that has wonderful nightmares of Bloodborne 2.

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