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Friday, 29 February 2008 14:55

MSI to reward environmental awareness

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Great prizes included

 

In the wake of its ECOlution campaign, which will hit its peak during Cebit where MSI is going to be "greener" than any other partner or company in IT business, MSI has started an ECO campaign. With a little help from your creative side, you will get a chance to win great prizes.

MSI has announced a new online ECO campaign in which they ask you to make a video based on your environmental awareness and upload it. Of course, MSI will choose top 20 videos and all viewers will pick those that are the most creative ones. The number one most voted video will get an MSI ECO GX600-08 notebook and the 2nd to 10th place will get an X48 motherboard each as a consolation prize. It's a great consolation, if you ask me.

The video clip should be from 30 to 90 seconds long and all you have to be is a bit creative and a bit "greener". You can get  additional information here.


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