All good things must come to an end. Unfortunately for me, that includes the time I've spent using the Aimpad R5 prototype. That's good news for Josh Pozzolo, though, because he is the randomly-drawn winner of our Aimpad R5 giveaway.
Congratulations, Josh, and look for our business guy Adam Eiberger to contact you soon, using the email address you submitted with your entry. Please respond within 72 hours, or you'll forfeit your prize and we'll draw another lucky gerbil from the pool of entrants. Once we hear from you, I'll ship out your Aimpad in the fancy case shown below.
If you're one of the many entrants who didn't win, don't despair. There's still a chance your luck will change on November 15, when Aimpad announces the Steam gift card winners drawn from the pool of people who've filled out its survey. There's still time to enter that contest if you haven't already, and Aimpad would really like to get your feedback. There's even a chance that Aimpad could send you an R5 directly if you can talk them into it.
Thanks again to Aimpad for letting us give away such a unique prize to our readers. I hope that I'll be able to replace it at my desk with a retail Aimpad product soon. Thanks also to everybody who entered the contest.
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