Lucky PC World reader wins Sony's 'Ultimate 3D Entertainment Pack'

PC World reader competition winner announced, wins Sony 3D TV and PlayStation 3 prize pack

Bob Bree from Langwarrin in Victoria has won the PC World Sony 'Ultimate 3D Entertainment Pack'.

Bob Bree from Langwarrin in Victoria has won the PC World Sony 'Ultimate 3D Entertainment Pack'.

The winner of the PC World reader competition has been drawn — Bob Bree from Langwarrin in Victoria has won a Sony prize pack including a 46in Sony BRAVIA HX800 3D LED television, a 160GB Sony PlayStation 3, Sony 3D glasses, Blu-ray movies and PlayStation 3 video games.

The total value of the price pack exceeds $4000 in value. When contacted by PC World with the good news Bob said, "When you told me I had won a Sony TV pack at first it didn't click -- then when the penny dropped, I was over the moon!"

The Sony 3D TV and prize pack from PC World will replace Bob's aging television: "You know, we have the last box-set TV in Australia sitting in our family room, so this is just the best way to end a day's work. Thrills don't come too often but are wonderfully sweet when they unexpectedly happen."

Congratulations from the PC World team!

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