Next week, we're giving away a couple of USB 3.0 storage products from Adata. One winner will take home a DashDrive Durable HD710 portable hard drive and a DashDrive Elite UE700 thumb drive. The HD710 wraps 1TB mechanical storage in a shock-resistant, waterproof case that can survive being submerged in water for up to half an hour. You can find the HD710 at Newegg for $100. While not as capacious, the 64GB UE700 offers speedier flash-based storage in a much smaller device. It sells for $65 online.
For a chance to win these prizes, follow the instructions on the giveaway page. We're accepting entries until noon CDT on Monday, June 17. The winner will be announced the following day.
The contest is open to TR readers in the U.S. and Canada (Quebec excepted). All you need to do to enter is answer an easy question and fill out a few personal details. All personal information is kept private, of course. Be sure to use a valid email address, since that's how we'll be contacting the winner.
Good luck to everyone who has entered. And thanks to Adata for supplying the drives for the giveaway. Stay tuned for another contest next week.
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