Our contest has ended. Almost two weeks ago, we said we'd be giving out the Acer Aspire One netbook we reviewed to a lucky podcast listener. To enter, participants had to answer three questions from our October 19 podcast.
The winner is Thomas Willett.
Thomas, you should have received an e-mail at the address you entered in the contest form. You have until November 3 (that's next Monday) to get back to us and claim your prize. If you don't get in touch before the end of the day on the 3rd, we'll have to pick another winner.
Once again, we'd like to thank the folks at NCIX for donating the Aspire One and agreeing to let us give it away. NCIX's U.S. arm currently charges upward of $284 for this netbook, in case you're wondering.
The contest may have ended, but our podcasts are still around—and we have one coming up tomorrow that'll include juicy details about the contest and how it played out, among other things. If you haven't tuned in yet, give it a try. We work hard to keep discussions interesting and to complement our written content with deeper commentary, round-table chats about the latest news, and sneak peeks at our upcoming content. We're on iTunes, too.
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