One Hong Kong dollar for an Apple iPad2? The annual Wan Chai computer expo kicks off tomorrow and 3,000 digital items, including iPad2s and iPhone4s, will be sold for a dollar during the four-day bargain carnival. 'Over so many years, we understand consumers have established an expectation for one-dollar stuff at the expo. We hope this year we can meet the demand,' said Leung Ding-kau, chairman of the Chamber of Hong Kong Computer Industry, organiser of the event. On opening day, two iPad2s will go for HK$1. Other one-dollar deals include digital radios, PlayStation games, eight-gigabyte memory cards and USB flash drives. A token system will be in place this year to handle the expected crowds. Consumers are required to get tokens to chase down the bargain items that are spread among the booths. Only 600 tokens will be handed out a day. Shrewd shoppers will have to keep an eye on the expo's official website, Facebook page and Sina microblog for updates on the deals. Though there are items selling for as low as HK$1, there are also luxury gadgets costing thousands of dollars. Sony Computer Entertainment will open a counter for the first time at the fair, featuring its car-racing game Gran-Turismo 5. A game set - which includes a 320GB PlayStation, five 40-inch 3D displayer and even a car seat and steering wheel - is going for more than HK$110,000. Yet it's still a bargain: A car-washing service will be provided to those who buy the set at the fair.