This Gold PS4 Is A Taco Bell Exclusive

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Exclusive Gold PS4 Is Only Available Through Taco Bell.

Sony plans to give away 6,000 gold PS4 bundles, and to see if you’re a winner-winner taco dinner, you can visit a special website setup for the promotion and punch in your code.“If you do the math, this comes out to approximately 6,000 Limited Edition Gold PS4 Bundles,” PlayStation said on their blog, helpfully doing the math that no one wanted to do.

During the promotional period, which begins on September 24 and ends November 4, consumers in the US will have a chance to win the limited-edition bundle every 10 minutes. “Starting September 24th, stop by your local Taco Bell and purchase any Big Box, and receive a unique code for your chance to win,” explains PlayStation brand marketing executive Guy Longworth on the PlayStation Blog. The creators of Fourth Meal have begun a new promotion for Taco Bell lovers everywhere; the prize of which is one of 6000 different gold Playstation 4 bundles. The bundle includes a gold-coloured PS4 system, one gold DualShock 4, a copy of Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection, and a voucher for one year of PlayStation Plus. For those who don’t like to waste food, however, and want to know what they’re getting into: The particular quesarito box variation featured on the contest announcement page includes a large drink, chips, two tacos and the namesake quesadilla/burrito hybrid.

The Samsung Gear S2 is finally official, and the innovative wearable has serious designs on taking smartwatch top honours away from the market-leading Apple Watch. This promotion will only go on until November 4th, and one bundle will be given away every ten minutes; which means people who want to get a grip on one of these bundles will have to eat quite a few big boxes in order to get lucky enough to be a winner. The Korean manufacturer’s first foray into the world of circular smartwatches, the Gear S2 was recently showcased in all its glory after previously being the subject of a tentative tease during the unveiling of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+.

Yep, in case the pictures or above chatter didn’t make it clear, this is Samsung’s first round smartwatch, following firmly in the footsteps of the likes of the Moto 360 and the LG G Watch R. Having had several attempts at mastering the square and rectangular screen wearable – with varying degrees of success – the manufacturer has now followed the Android masses and decided that circles are the future. The wearable’s 1.2-inch circular Super AMOLED display features a 360 x 360 pixel resolution, small by smartphone standards but more than sufficient for a bit of wearable kit. Sammy’s answer to Siri, the voice assistant lets you combat the lack of an on-screen keyboard with voice commands and vocal-based online searches – calling Dick Tracy.

Capable of pulling in S-Health fitness-tracking data in real time, the watch also has the ability to run a number of third-party health apps, including Nike+ software. Samsung’s latest wearable hides an innovative new control method, with the device’s rotating bezel giving you a more intuative means of controlling the compact computer. It’s essentially Samsung’s take on the Apple Watch’s Digital Crown, and a feature that will surely leave Android Wear alternatives in its efficient, ease of use wake.

Samsung might still be holding off on announcing its official Gear S2 pricing, but the watch’s asking fee has already been leaked by an over-eager retailer.

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