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Weekend Offer - Buy SmartGLCD with mikroProg and get $49 discount!

by Aleksandar Nikolić | February 03, 2012

This weekend you can get two fantastic tools for a bargin price.

Special Weekend Offer: Buy SmartGLCD with mikroProg and get $49 discount.
 

As winter freezes half the globe, we are warming you up with great discounts, once again. This weekend, buy SmartGLCD™ board with mikroProg™ and get %25 discount! Pay only $149 and save $49.

Hurry up! This offer lasts only for the weekend, so don't miss this chance to equip yourself with the right tools and save a great deal of money.

Have a nice weekend!

Yours sincerely,
mikroElektronika

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