The Gole1 mini PC is one of the oddest devices I’ve reviewed in recent years: it’s either a tiny desktop computer with a touchscreen and a battery, or a chunky handheld tablet that can also be used like a dekstop, depending on how you look at it.

I’m not entirely sure what you’re supposed to use it for or why you wouldn’t use a different device that’s better suited for that specific task… but for some reason I was still kind of charmed by the review unit Gole sent me to test.

Priced at $99 and up (or $129 and up for the model that you should buy if you want one), the Gole1 is cheap enough to justify buying even if you’re not sure what you’ll do with it though.

But you know what’s cheaper than $99? Free. Now that I’m done reviewing this mini PC, it’s time to give away the demo unit to a reader!


Here’s how to enter:

Leave a comment on this page by 6AM Eastern Time on Wednesday, August 3rd, 2016

Update: This contest has now ended. Congratulations to our winner, nwhenry!

Here’s the not-so-fine print:

  • We’re giving away a lightly used Gole1 mini PC with an 1,800 mAh battery, Atom x5 Cherry Trail processor, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, and dual operating systems (Android 5.1 and Windows 10).
  • This contest is open to people with a valid US shipping address.
  • Writers for Liliputing aren’t eligible to win, and neither are friends or family members.
  • Once a winner has been randomly selected, that person will have 48 hours to respond to our message. If we don’t hear back within that time, we’ll pick a new name.
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Thanks again to Gole for providing us with a Gole1 mini PC for our review and for this giveaway!

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