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VisionTek lowers price of Killer 2100 Gaming Network Card

A killer price for a killer product: VisionTek has lowered the price for its Killer™ 2100 Gaming Network Card to less than US$100, just in time for the back-to-school season.

INVERNESS, IL – August 9, 2010 – Just in time for the back-to-school season, VisionTek Products today announced new pricing for the VisionTek Killer™ 2100 Gaming Network Card. In order to make the card more affordable to more gamers, the company is reducing the price of the award-winning VisionTek Killer™ 2100 Gaming Network Card from $129.99 to $89.99 MSEP and $99 MSRP in the US. By addressing the sub US$100 price point, VisionTek answers the price to performance demand from its North American consumers.

 

In partnership with Bigfoot Networks, VisionTek launched the Killer™ 2100 to North American online and retail channels on June 7, 2010, complementing VisionTek’s full line of PC graphics cards and accessories.

The fastest network card ever made for online games, the Killer 2100 combines an innovative, easy-to-use software interface with unique Game Networking DNA™ technology for maximum online gaming performance.

“Killer™ 2100 sets a new standard for network technology,” said Mark Bilson, VP Sales of VisionTek Products, LLC. “Its unmatched speed, intelligence and control mean higher scores and more kills for mainstream and elite players alike. This new, reduced price will bring the blazing speed of Killer™ 2100 to more gamers than ever before.”

 

The Killer™ 2100 Gaming Network Card is available at Newegg, Buy.com, CompUSA, Dell.com, TigerDirect, NCIX, Amazon and other leading PC consumer outlets in North America. Visit http://www.visiontek.com/killer to learn more.

 

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