In case you missed Geoff's post earlier this month, we're planning a TR reader meetup in lovely Vancouver, Canada on September 28. That's this Saturday.
The meetup will take place at the Kingston Taphouse and Grille downtown, starting at 7:00 PM. I will be there, as will Geoff, and we'll take the opportunity to unload piles of old hardware from our labs—mostly motherboards, graphics cards, and cases. We will have prizes kindly donated by Corsair and Kingston, as well. Thanks to both firms for chipping in.
Quite a few of you will be in attendance, judging by the comments to Geoff's initial post, but we might be able to squeeze in a few more. If you'd like to attend and didn't already say so in the comments to Geoff's post, please let us know below! We'll try to make room.
Oh, and for those of you who turn up, please ask for The Tech Report when you get there. Or, you know, look for the large group of pasty geeks all gathered at one table.
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