Liliputing HQ has been filling up with tablets, Android TV sticks and other devices lately. So in the interest of cleaning my desk and spreading some holiday cheer, let’s have a giveaway!
Over the next week or two I’ll be giving away products that were sent to me by stores in the past few months. Keep an eye out for our contest posts, and enter as many as you like — but you can only win once!
Please note, commenting on this post does not count as an entry. You’ll need to read the posts for each individual giveaway for details about entering.
Here are some of the items we’ll be giving away:
- Chuwi V99 Android tablet with 9.7 inch, 2048 x 1536 pixel display (review)
- Ampe A10 10.1 inch tablet with Freescale i.MX6 Quad processor (review)
- Ainol Novo Elf II 7″ Android tablet
- NorhTec Gecko Edubook (previous coverage)
- Diamond Multimedia AMP1000 media player (previous coverage)
- MK802, MK802 III, G-Box Dyno, and Minix Neo G4 Android PC sticks
You can thank the folks at PandaWill, W2Comp, Diamond Multimedia, and AndroidTVBox.US for providing us with the goodies. Stay tuned for more details… but since I’m footing the bill for shipping, there’s a good chance that most of the giveaways will only be available to participants with a valid US shipping address.
Ampe A10 tablet (10 inch, quad-core tablet with Freescale i.MX6 Quad CPU)Ended Rikomagic MK802 II Android 4.0 Mini PC– Ended Ainol Novo Elf II Android tablet –Ended Diamond Multimedia AMP1000– Ended NorhTec Gecko Edubook– Ended G-Box Dyno and Ainol Novo Elf II– Ended Rikomagic MK802 III mini PC– Ended Minix NEO G4 mini PC – Ended
- Chuwi V99 Android tablet giveaway – 12/21 – 12/24
Note: As a matter of policy, Liliputing does not keep anything of value sent to us for review purposes. If and when a device maker or retailer tells us not to return a product, we’ll give it away to a reader in this sort of contest.
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