Enter to Win a 32GB Google Nexus 10 Tablet

We're pleased to announce a new sweepstakes where you could win a 32GB Google Nexus 10 tablet, made by Samsung. Based on a 1.7 GHz Samsung Exynos 5250 CPU, the tablet packs a 10-inch with a super sharp 2560x1600 (300ppi) resolution.

There will be one Sweepstakes, which will run from January 22, 2013 9 AM PST to February 2, 2013 9:00 PM PST. Entrants must register for the Sweepstakes using the official online Sweepstakes registration form.

There will be one (1) Sweepstakes winner.

The winners will be chosen by random drawing.

One (1) prize will be awarded: One (1) 32GB Google Nexus 10 Tablet

The approximate total retail value of the prize is $500.

Eligibility: US resident (excluding Rhode Island) 18 years or older as of the entry dates stated above.

  • Damn, that resolution is the same as my 30 inch display for my PC yet at 10inches. Me want.
  • phate
    And you only have to sign up for spam to do it!
  • hakesterman
    i will use it till Death do us part.......
  • okibrian
    " I agree to receive email from Survey Sampling International inviting me to participate in surveys about products and services I am interested in."

    No thanks.
  • bdizzle11
    still havent announced the winners of q4 system builder marathon...
  • warmon6
    9449156 said:
    And you only have to sign up for spam to do it!

    I dont like spam!

  • confish21
    "I also understand that I by completing surveys, I can earn points that can be exchanged for prizes."

    Toms, your news sucks already and now the sweepstakes... who do you think we are?
  • Onus
    This is really low. REALLY low. This one gets a skip.
  • Gooberface
    And once again those of us who has been followingTH since teh good Doc himself ran it, is being boned. I don´t understand why such a big percentage of your followers is being ignored.

    Recently there was a competition elsewhere to win a Razer Keyboard. Razer doesn´t have any problems shipping world-wide, so why is it such a big problem for TH ? I´m pretty sure Google has that ability too.
    2 YEARS ago, it was promised that you would look into this. Yet, nothing has happenend.
  • It would be a pleasure to win.