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If you have around $600 to $1000 or more for jewelry or some other luxurious or expensive things, you may now pay your attention on ASUS RADEON 9800 XT Limited Edition graphics card. Only 2000 parts will ship in a special package with some advantages over typical ASUS RADEON 9800 XT products later this month, the company said today.

To celebrate its record monthly shipments of 700 000 units in September, ASUSTeK Computer today released the Limited Edition of the ASUS RADEON 9800 XT graphics card. The item comes in a black case and bundles an USB 2.0-based 7-in-1 card reader (SD, MMC, 3.3V SM, MD, Type I/II CF, MS, MS Pro) and an elegant wallet for CDs. ASUS will offer only 2000 units of this masterpiece, be ready to grab it.

Quite a lot of companies nowadays offer rich product bundles and attractive packaging for their products to address the market of end-users demanding luxury and additional “bells and whistles” more than just a powerful graphics card itself. Online poll carried out by X-bit labs earlier this year revealed that only 2% of end-users would really get a mainboard or graphics card product purely for its style at any.

High-end products in stylish packaging may be accepted more widely during holiday season, when consumers are looking forward to getting exciting and unique Christmas gifts.

Pricing and availability details of ASUS RADEON 9800 XT graphics card are still to be confirmed.


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