Tabletpalooza Week One Reminder FINAL: Win a Galaxy Tab 10.1!

Jul 11, 2011
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It's that time, finally! The end of our first week of Tabletpalooza mayhem, and everybody's celebratin! As you may already know, we've got a tablet contest going on the likes of which have never before been seen, and you're invited to win some sweet Android action! Our first week's giveaway is nearly done: it's the fabulous Galaxy Tab 10.1, wouldn't you know it! Head below and find out what you've got to do to continue to participate to win this first week's prize or one of the rest of the FIVE we've got to give away!

Our good pals at NVIDIA have provided us with a slew of tablets to give away to you, and it's high time we started dropping them in the mailbox! This is a contest of such epic proportions that we've got to split it up between us and Android Community, their first tablet being the excellent ACER Iconia Tab A500 - grab at it! What we've got here is the Galaxy Tab 10.1, a review of the Google I/O special edition you can be getting here, a full review of the standard Wifi edition you can get over at Android Community. The one you're going to win here is the standard Wi-Fi edition.

THIS CONTEST'S FIRST WEEK WINNER WILL BE ANNOUNCED INSIDE 24 HOURS OF THIS POST!

NOW for the rules!

To win one of these fabulous tablets, you must:

1. "like" us on Facebook: facebook.com/slashgear.com
2. Comment on the wall so we can see you're connected
3. If you don't already have a G+ account, submit your email and name to Giveaway@SlashGear.com so we can connect to you with Google+!
4. If you've already got a G+ account, add Vincent Nguyen (right here) to your SlashGear Circle and share with him and Public a message so we know you're in!

If you do not have early beta access to G+, don't worry, we'll invite you when we get more invites to send out! Double win! Full rules are as follows:

Contest begins July 3rd, 8AM PST, and ends July 25, 2PM PST barring any complications finding winners. A winner will be announced every Monday (except for the 4th) here in the main news feed and at our official Facebook page.

WINNERS will be given the opportunity to submit a review of their tablet and have it posted on the front page of SlashGear or AndroidCommunity.com! *Reviews may be edited or modified before publication and are considered works for hire under the 1976 Copyright Act. Submissions will be ineligible for payment or remuneration.

Competition is open to residents of the US or UK over the age of 18. One entry per contest per person. Family members of Google and SlashGear/Android Community are not permitted to enter. Competition entries are only accepted via the specified SlashGear Facebook page; entries left in the comments section of this or any other post will not be recognized. One entry per person (and yes, we check). Winners of the July 2011 Android Community Tabletpalooza giveaway are ineligible to win the July 2011 SlashGear Tabletpalooza giveaway, and vice-versa.

The winners will be announced on SlashGear and will be expected to contact SlashGear via the following email: Giveaway@SlashGear.com ; they will be expected to respond within 24 hours else their prize may be forfeit and another winner selected. Editors decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. Winner agrees that their name and details of their entry may be used for promotional purposes by, but not limited to, NVIDIA, SlashGear, and Android Community.

Prize consists of five NVIDIA Tegra 2-powered tablets to be announced at the start of each weekly contest period, distributed between SlashGear and Android Community. One prize per winner. There is no cash alternative or any other alternative for prize winners unless this prize should become unavailable, in which case SlashGear and NVIDIA reserve the right to substitute another prize of equal or greater value.

Contest provided by SlashGear/Android Community. Prizing provided by NVIDIA. Any questions regarding this contest should be directed to Giveaway@SlashGear.com - the original contest post can be found here.


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