The Computer Manufacturers, Distributors and Dealers Association of the Philippines (COMDDAP) brings “I.T.’s a SALE!” at the COMDDAP Expo Manila 2010, which opens tomorrow (Dec. 2) and will run until Sunday, December 5, from 10AM to 7PM at SMX Convention Center, Mall of Asia Complex in Pasay City.
So what can you expect from this IT expo? How about some gizmos at low prizes. For four days, COMDDAP will exclusively offer visitors marked down prices (and even outright giveaways for auctioned products) on personal computers, laptops, printers, home entertainment systems, consumer and home electronics, digital cameras, mobile phones and other hot and smart gadgets.
If you don’t care much about brand then check out this deal on a LED TV. GTC-ALDIS Philippines will unveil at the Expo a full range of Hyundai LED and LCD TV models at screen sizes of 19, 22, 24, 32, 42, and 55 inches. Its 32-inch HLED-32V model, an ultra thin full HD (WXGA) LED TV with a swivel base stand will be offered at the Expo for an introductory price lower than P30,000, while its 42-inch full HD LCD TV is priced at only P29,990.
How about two Kodak digital cameras for less than P5k? Wordtext Systems, Inc. (WSI) offers as much as 70 percent price cut on Swiss travel accessories, a Buy 1-Take 1 option for Kodak C1013 digital camera (Get 2 cameras for only P4,998), 20 percent discount on all-in-one printer, scanner and copier HP DeskJet F735 (only P5,280) and a free PC Tools Internet Security 2010 for any buyer of its Phoenix brand of uninterrupted power supply.
Also this year, COMDDAP has designated a special baratillo section at the Expo where many bargain items can be found. The budget-conscious can also participate in the hourly voice auction everyday as exhibitors bring products for auction with starting bids pegged at 50 percent off regular prices. Raffle prizes during the daily draws are also at stake for the lucky visitors.
Find out more info, programs, exhibitors in the COMDDAP Expo Manila 2010 here.
BIGGEST TECH SALE EXPO. COMDDAP Expo Manila, the longest-running technology show in the country, drew over 20,000 visitors last year, with 39 percent of the attendees coming from the business sector either seeking new trade partners or establishing business contacts while buying heavily-discounted ICT products.