Zip.ca's three movie-distribution methods, by mail, kiosk, and streaming, bring flickering movies into viewers' homes without the hassles of traditional movie rental, the cost of purchasing films to watch, or the inaccuracy of friends reenacting blockbusters with cardboard props. Mail subscribers digitally thumb through Zip.ca's website, selecting titles from more than 82,000 movie and television choices that arrive in mailboxes within a few days. Watched films may be mailed back to Zip.ca, which sends the next flick on the subscriber's list once a movie is returned.
A trip to a nearby movie station lets Zip.ca kiosk users choose from up to 1,000 new, recently released, and classic titles, as well as Blu-ray copies of popular films, all available for rental with an easy selection process and the swipe of a credit card. Those who refuse to leave their house until the earth is in HD may enroll in Zip.ca's streaming plan, whose ever-growing selection of titles may be streamed to one's computer, television, or gaming system.
At E. Logic Solutions, expert technicians specialize in repairing faulty phones, laptops, and tablets. Drawing on their reservoirs of tech-savvy, they deftly repair iPhones cracked in efforts to hang up the old-fashioned way, iPod touch screens, and more. Customers can also pick up new gear and accessories at E. Logic Solutions' three locations.
The University of Windsor Bookstore's three floors of merchandise invoke Lancer spirit with classic college apparel and nostalgia-producing accessories. Patrons can drape their limbs in school pride by sporting a unisex black crewneck sweatshirt ($17.50) or a pair of navy-and-yellow-plaid lounge pants ($17.50), both of which are embellished with a school logo and the Greek symbol for keg. Customers can garnish bed linens with the thick stripes of the University of Windsor pillow ($17.50) or memorialize graduation photos in a silver logo frame ($20). Backpacks welcome general reading books and publisher's overstock books ($0.99+) for pupils to peruse between study sessions and use as paperweights for dissertations on the history of spiral notebooks.
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