We liked what we saw when we reviewed the prototype Aimpad R5 analog keyboard. Now we're giving it away to some lucky gerbil so he can try out the analog goodness for himself. Only 20 of these prototypes were made, and none are for sale anywhere, so this giveaway is your best chance to own a real collector's item in potentia. If you haven't entered yet, go read up on the details in our giveaway post. Make sure you enter the contest before the end of the day this Thursday, November 3. We'll announce a random winner on Friday.
If "random chance" isn't your style, head on over to Aimpad's website and fill out its survey for prospective customers. Four $50 Steam gift cards will be awarded to randomly drawn entries, and shrewd negotiators may be able to talk their way into owning an R5 if they can convince Aimpad that they deserve it.
Filling out Aimpad's survey is no token gesture—the feedback they receive will help them decide what form a retail Aimpad product will take. If you've read our review and have an opinion to share, now is the time. The Aimpad survey's winners will be announced on its YouTube channel on November 15.
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