Dark Horse Comics wants everyone to hammer their shopping system apparently, the first 500 orders on Cyber Monday after 12:00am Pacific strikes (-08:00GMT) will get 50% off of their order of $20 or more. Given so many titles are $0.99 it allows someone to pull in a huge haul as long as they can click and load their basket fast enough. Web users and Dark Horse Digital app users can both apply the coupon given they’re in time.
Looking for the magical code? Fine. Here it is.
Enter that at checkout and you shall be rewarded with a huge chunk off of your final tab. I’m curious to see how the balance works out for everyone, will people go for 21-22 comic shots to just break the minimum requirement or will there be a few that actually stack a huge assortment in for the 50% and make it in time. Or… Will people stack their carts wait until 12:00am strikes and attempt to check out with their basket immediately?
It will be wild, just remember it’s 12:00am midnight PACIFIC (-08:00GMT) or you’ll totally miss the deal.
While everyone is running out to see the latest movie in crisp 3D, others are tinkering trying to figure out how to reproduce that clarity in their own space. Instead of using two cameras on a handmade switch, consumers can now pick from a series of new Cyber-shot cameras packing 3D results with a single lens.
For those eager to know how the camera does this, the camera uses a high speed capture design to take multiple shots and sew them together. The images can then be viewed in 2D or in 3D with the right hardware. For those curious to know their results before they shoot, the DSC-TX9 and WX5 both allow for 3D previews to be viewed before pushing the trigger. For those looking for intense 3D, both cameras also feature depth of field simulation and a revamped auto mode which searches for the lowest ISO noise possible.
The new models pack other features such as HD recording for video and additional modes. For the consumer looking to have extra fun with the camera the TX9 / T99 or WX5 should suit that desire perfectly. If we do catch Sony for a hands-on piece we’ll be sure to include pictures and details about how they handled.
TX9 – $400 (Dark Gray, Red)
T99 – $250 (Silver, Black, Pink, Green, Violet)
WX5 – $300 (Silver, Black)
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