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Tuesday, July 10, 2018

BenQ ScreenBar e-Reader LED Lamp Giveaway

Have you tried to win a BenQ ScreenBar in the past and didn't have any luck? Well, here's another chance. You have through 7/19 to enter to win. US residents only. Good luck.
This great giveaway is sponsored by BenQ and hosted by It's Free At Last

About the BenQ ScreenBar e-Reading LED Task Lamp:

  • AUTO DIMMING: Thanks to the built-in ambient light sensor, ScreenBar e-Reading Lamp adjusts the brightness level automatically and instantly. It can be manually dimmable with the touch sensor control.
  • SPACE SAVING: A specially designed clip makes the attachment onto monitors easy and stable. No need for screws or tape that damage monitors. The clip fits any monitor with thickness from 0.4 “ to 1.2” (1 to 3 cm).
  • SCREEN GLARE FREE: ScreenBar e-Reading Lamp has an asymmetrical optical design that only illuminates the desk and ensures zero reflective glare off the screen.
  • USB POWERED: Any USB outlet can power the ScreenBar e-Reading Lamp, whether it is a computer, phone charger or power bank. Once turn it on, ScreenBar resumes your last used brightness and color temperature settings to welcome you back!
  • MOOD LIGHTING: Adjustable color temperature, to increase focus and comfort. The warm light lets you relax and replenishes your energy. The cool light allows you to concentrate and boosts work efficiency.

Be sure to read Kristin's Review on It's Free At Last.

ENTER TO WIN!

One lucky reader will win a BenQ ScreenBar e-Reading LED Task lamp!
The giveaway is open to US only, 18+
The giveaway ends 07/19/18 at 11:59p est
Be sure to come back daily for more chances to win.
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4 comments:

  1. I like their BenQ EW3270U 32" UHD 4K HDR Monitor

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  2. I love the BenQ SW320 32" 4K IPS HDR 99% Adobe RGB Photo Editing Monitor!

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  3. I love there interactive flat panels for sure

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