Make this a Graduation or Father’s Day to remember. Gift them with a new Mac from Connecting Point, your local Apple Specialist.
From Friday, May 31st through Monday, June 3rd, we’re celebrating the season with our “Make it a Mac” event. For the first time in our long history, we’ll be considering trades of both Mac and PC computers toward the purchase of a new Mac. We’re offering $50 or $75 Connecting Point Gift Cards with qualifying purchases. And again for the first time, we’re extending our 50/50/50 Apple Education Pricing Program to college-bound high school seniors (it’s normally reserved for full-time educators and college students).
Best of all, starting June 1st we’ll be offering 6, 12, or even 18-month interest-free financing o.a.c.*
Learn all about our “Make it a Mac” event here.
* If paid in full within financing promo period. Minimum monthly payments required, which may or may not pay off purchase before end of promo period.
Photos of your family and friends. Snapshots from your last vacation. Achingly cute portraits of your pets. All the photographic highlights of your digital life, running in a constant slideshow (with music playing underneath, if you like). All displayed in crisp, bright color. All possible because of this week’s DOTW, a 5.6-inch Digital Photo Frame for less than ten bucks.
It’s hard to picture a better deal than this. Learn all about it here.
Both Connecting Point locations are open their usual hours today (including our Service Departments). We invite you to take a moment out of your three-day weekend to stop by to say “Hello.”
Don’t let the recent cool weather fool you.
You just know it’s going to be getting hotter and hotter, and soon. Like a good Scout, you need to Be Prepared: Stay hydrated, use sunscreen liberally, avoid political discussions with your co-workers – and keep one of these USB-Powered Desk Fans at the ready.
Normally selling for 30 dollars, because it’s a DOTW you can get sweet, sweet relief for a mere $9.99 – while supplies last, that is. So hot, and yet so cool. Find out all about it here.
Technology often goes hand-in-hand with cables and wires. Cables for power, cables for data, cables to connect peripherals and external devices and chargers and telephonic gadgets. Whether you use a computer at home, have a home office or recording studio, or use a workstation at the office, you are almost certainly enmeshed in an octopus-like tangle of cables and wires.
You could take the morning off from anything productive, and attack the problem area with twist-ties and duct tape. It might not look great, it might take hours – but the mess will have been conquered. Pretty much.
Or you can drop three bucks and pick up this week’s DOTW. In three fast, easy steps, your cables are wrangled and neatly organized. And it comes from Monster – they know a little something about cables.
So master that mangled mess today. Find out all about it here.