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Wednesday, 11 March 2009 19:35

EVGA announces ELP Loaner Program

Written by Jon Worrel

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Test drive the latest hardware at no cost


EVGA has been making its rounds lately as it is launching both the highly anticipated X58 SLI Classified board today as well as a new service that is unquestionably favored by many enthusiasts.

The EVGA Loaner Program gives registered EVGA users the opportunity to test out the latest technology offered for two weeks right in the comfort of home. Sign up is free, however is strictly for EVGA members only. The company will randomly select participants but cannot guarantee participation to all who sign up. When selected by EVGA, the only cost to the user will be shipping via UPS to the next designated recipient.

Basically, its a daisy-chain game of handing off hardware to the next person, and if anyone happens to damage the hardware, there is no liability whatsoever. As of now, the company currently offers an ELP program for Nvidia Geforce 3D Vision with a Samsung 3D monitor, or an EVGA X58 SLI Classified motherboard.

The program is available only in the continental US and Canada.

More details can be found here

Last modified on Wednesday, 11 March 2009 19:55

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