Samsung Bundles Q4 2016: System Requirements For Hardware Bundles With 'Watch Dogs 2' On Nov. 29 Released; Galaxy S7 For $439.99 Code Here


Samsung recently launched hardware bundles coupled with a free copy of "Watch Dogs 2" PC version slated for Nov. 29 to Dec. 31, 2016. The tech company also released the system requirements for the promo. In addition, the Samsung Galaxy S7 has been refurbished and price reduced.

The Samsung bundles come packed with a range of Samsung solid-state drives as well as Samsung's newer curved gaming monitors. Overall, there are reportedly 7 SSDs that qualify for the promotion along with three gaming monitors. Additionally, the promotion terms reportedly require an SSD with at least 500GB storage.  Among the qualifying hardware for the Samsung bundles are:

  • 960 EVO SSD (500GB, 1TB)

  • 960 PRO SSD (512GB, 1TB, 2TB)

  • 850 PRO SSD (512GB, 1TB, 2TB)

  • 850 EVO SSD (500GB, 1TB, 2TB, 4TB)

  • 850 EVO mSATA SSD (500GB, 1TB)

  • 850 EVO M.2 SSD (500GB, 1TB)

  • Portable SSD T3 (500GB, 1TB, 2TB)

  • Samsung CFG70 Curved Gaming Monitor (27-inch)

  • Samsung CFG70 Curved Gaming Monitor (24-inch)

  • Samsung CF791 Curved Monitor (34-inch)

Samsung will feature the sequel to "Watch Dogs" with the all new antagonist, Marcus Holloway. The in-game San Francisco is said to be twice larger than the original game with more ways for players to complete the objectives.

In other news, a refurbished Samsung Galaxy S7 has been spotted online packed with free mobile service for only $439.99 shipped, Dailysteals reported. The lower price is available to those who apply discount code CHPSK10 at checkout. It should be noted that the handset is significantly cheaper in comparison to the model that debuted earlier this year with a $650 price tag.

The Samsung phone is packed with free service that allegedly comes from Freedompop. The service comes with 200 minutes of voice call, 500 SMS messages and 500MB LTE data every month. In addition, the Daily Steals deal also comes with an extra 1GB of data for one-time use. Watch Samsung Galaxy S7 After the Buzz: Still a safe smartphone buy?


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