We all like our computer to look good, and in the case of desktop PCs it is something that can be achieved by changing the box. Today we have a giveaway on our Instagram account with which you can get an exclusive Cyberpunk edition box for PC from NZXT Spain. To participate, you just have to tell us your favorite game in the giveaway post and mention 2 friends in it.
Before I start explaining everything to you, just a reminder that You can only participate through the Instagram post, also completing the rest of the process to participate in the draw. Comments on this article will not be considered for the giveaway.
How to win an NZXT Cyberpunk Edition box
Telling us which is your favorite game has a prize, because you will be able to win this exclusive NZXT Cyberpunk edition tower. The brand has only created 1000 units, and one of them may be yours. To be able to participate in the raffle, you have to carry out a series of steps through the social network Instagram. These are the steps you must follow to participate:
- Will follow @Xataka and Instagram.
- Follow the account of @nzxtspain and Instagram.
- Leave a comment with your favorite game and mention 2 friends in the comments of this post.
The participations are unlimited, that is, you can increase your chances of getting the device by posting several questions. Each of them must be done individually. The deadline is December 19, 2021 at 11:59 p.m. (only valid for Spain). Here it is all information and legal bases.
The box that is drawn is an NZXT H710i, but with a special edition Cyberpunk of which only 1000 units have been made. This edition gives the case a totally different design from the original, and will make your computer look better than ever.
The box has dimensions of 516x230x494 millimeters, and a weight of 12.3 kilos. On the front it has two USB 3.2 type A ports, so that you have the maximum speed with this type of storage units. It also has a USB 3.2 type-C, and an audio jack.
This content is a collaboration and sponsorship between Xataka and the brand, but there is no agreement on the script or the selection of themes. The editorial content is made entirely by Xataka.