Both the Microsoft Xbox One and Sony PlayStation 4 consoles have now released, BUT getting your hands on one is proving to be extremely difficult.

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In fact, there are already reports surfacing that many pre-orders won't even be filled until early 2014! That's a long time to have to wait to experience PS4's rich graphics and ramped up architecture, or Xbox One's crazy realism and live TV capabilities.

Man, it sure would be nice to have someone JUST give you one.

It just so happens that Genuitec is feeling the love and will be giving away one of each of these amazing gaming consoles on February 14th, 2014.

Nothing really says Happy Valentine's Day like a free Playstation 4 or Xbox One, am I right?

Starting now, you can enter to win our #GeekLove Raffle and score a PS4 or Xbox One.

Click below to enter!

Much like our last raffle, you can enter to win and then score extra entries in the raffle by sharing your personalized URL on social networks like G+, Facebook, Tweeter, and LinkedIn. Each entry made using your URL puts another slip of paper with your name on it in our raffle bucket.

Good Luck Gamers!

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Posted on Dec 2nd 2013